Children's Apps are Sharing Info with Third Parties
Did you know your child's iPad or Android apps could be releasing information to third parties?
According to an FTC survey 60% of children's apps from Apples App Store and Google Play shared there information with third parties.
FTC officials say Information such as the location of the child's device, and device identification numbers are collected to help advertisers develop profiles on child behavior.
The FTC is preparing to crack down on how children's data is collected online. According to Monday's report the FTC found little progress was made in improving privacy disclosers.
They said, "it is clear that more needs to be done in order to provide parents with greater transparency in the mobile app marketplace."
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