Four out of ten of the apps on your smartphone, without your consent any personal information to any third party. It is good to research all of The Time.
The newspaper, and had 120 popular-Android-apps explore. Of them, there appear to be 47 the personal data of their users and share it with third parties. Moreover, more than one-fifth of the studied apps not have to comply with the privacy principles of the Android platform.
In response, saying that it “will take action” to set offenders on the straight and narrow, and that the company reserves the right to holding out for the apps, “a temporary removal”.
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