Privacy Policy concerns for Web Watcher servic…

Unfortunately, I received an email from Marriott informing me of their historic data breach, and options and suggestions for effected guests. I stayed at a Westin in July of 2017, and presume they meant me. Upon reading Kroll’s privacy policy for their Web Watcher service I was disturbed to read of their extensive automatic collection of my personal information, right down to my web browser session statistics. Furthermore, they provide my information to third parties that may be in foreign countries with different privacy laws. They also can sell my personal information in the event of a company sale.Are these types of provisions normal? I understand that extensive personal information is key for them to provide their services, but doesn’t this set up a number of situations where my personal information is being sold to strangers where it could be used for unwanted and unknown purposes? Am I misreading this, or am I just recognizing the disturbing reality?​Any thoughts welcome!First Reddit post!​MindGarbage​Here’s some bits from the actual policy,“b. Information Which May Be Collected AutomaticallyThis Platform, online services, applications, email messages, and advertisements, if any, may use “cookies” and other technologies such as pixel tags and web beacons to collect information about you and your activity (pixel tags and web beacons are also known as clear GIFs, action tags or web tags), such as your IP address, mobile device ID, geographic location, operating system, browser type, and service provider, and website session statistics. For more information, see the “Information Collected from Cookies and Other Technologies” section below."THEN, after giving themselves permission to share my data with third-parties for services requested,” We have taken reasonable steps to ensure that these affiliated companies and third- party service providers will use your personal information only to accomplish the purposes for which the information was collected. Some of these affiliates and service providers may be located outside of Canada, including in the United States and as a result your personal information may be processed and stored outside of Canada where it will be subject to applicable foreign laws. “