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Report: Android apps send student data to ‘very high-risk’ third parties 8x more often than iOS – 9to5Mac

A new study published today takes an in-depth look at how apps used in schools are sharing children’s data with third parties. The research found the majority of…

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A new study published today takes an in-depth look at how apps used in schools are sharing children’s data with third parties. The research found the majority of school apps transmit data and that Android is 8x more likely to be sending that data to “very high-risk” third parties than iOS.
The new study was performed and published by the Me2B Alliance, a nonprofit with the goal of “fostering the respectful treatment of people by technology.” It included a random sample of 73 mobile apps used by…

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