MoviePass to track slightly less of your personal data that it's still definitely going to track

Continuing its efforts to set off the “too good to be true” instincts of the entire American movie-going public, discount ticket subscription service MoviePass has announced that it’ll be slightly dialing back the extensive data collection it does as a normal part of its ever-nebulous business model. According to Variety


Today, in "Let's all panic": MoviePass has stopped working with at least a few AMC theaters

The question implicit in the recent buzz around movie theater discounter MoviePass has always been “How long can they keep this up?” There is, after all, a reason that more companies don’t try to draw in customers by selling them things for significantly less than the company pays for them itself, and the reason is…