Data Log- Sunday 2/12

  • Google Maps- Tracked route driven and how long it took us. We also used it to look up nearby restaurants (that we didn’t end up going to) so it also collected data on which restaurants we were considering and the fact that we didn’t go to any of them.
  • Ski Rental Shop– Collected name, height, weight, and skiing experience level when renting skis.
  • Google Search History- Recorded time, search query, and any links followed from search.
  • Bank of America- Recorded every credit card transaction (time, amount spend, retailer, location).
  • Waterville Valley Ski Resort- Recorded time we picked up our lift passes and scanned our lift passes’ barcodes before we got on each lift, meaning they know exactly when we rode each lift. Also recored our names, addresses, emails, and birthdates.
  • Whenisgood- Recorded my schedule for the next week.
  • Gmail- Recorded what emails I got, when I opened them, when I responded, what I gave labels or marked as spam, etc.
  • Facebook- Tracked my location and what content I viewed on my newsfeed. Recorded when I liked a photo and who’s photo it was.
  • Snapchat- Recorded my location and what snaps I sent and received. Also recorded temperature and altitude data. It also noted which Snapchat users were nearby.
  • Android- Recorded my phone’s battery use and network connectivity status. Also recorded which apps were opened, how long they were opened for, and how much storage/battery they used, as well as my location.
  • Google Photos- Uploaded photos taken on my phone and their associated metadata to the cloud.
  • Messenger- Recorded what messages I sent and received, their contents, and their times. It also tracked photos taken on my phone and my location.
  • Chrome- Recorded what websites I visited, how long I spent on them, and what links I clicked on them.
  • MIT RFID readers– Records what time I tapped into my dorm and my club’s office on campus.
  • Dorm Desk Package Tracking- What time I picked up my package from my dorm’s front desk was recorded.
  • MIT Campus Security Cameras– Cameras likely tracked a majority of my movements around campus, including entering my dorm.
  • New Hampshire Highway System– Collected pictures of our license plates when we passed through the toll booths.
  • Shaw’s Parking Garage-┬áRecorded what time it issued ticket and thus what time we entered the parking garage.
  • Rental Car- Tracked and recorded gas status, mileage, among other variables.