Apps for Children Fall Short on Disclosure to Parents

Natasha Singer reports in The New York Times about a new federal report that says hundreds of the most popular educational and game mobile apps for children fail to give parents basic explanations about what kinds of personal information the apps collect from children, who can see that data and what they use it for.

 

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