But this is news. It is news because data provided in one setting might now be used in a different setting. It is not the data collection per se, but the data sharing across contexts that raises privacy concerns.
Overall, it is important to remember that privacy concerns aren’t entirely driven by who has control of the data, and what data they have. Privacy concerns are also driven by whether the data is used in a context that is distinct from what might have been expected when the user first provided the information.