Imagine if a stranger parked in front of a child's bedroom window to peep inside. You'd call the police.
Yet that happens every day online, and Big Tech looks the other way.
Apps are spying on our kids at a scale that should shock you. More than two-thirds of the 1,000 most popular iPhone apps likely to be used by children collect and send their personal information out to the advertising industry, according to a major new study shared with me by fraud and compliance software company Pixalate. On Android, 79% of popular kids apps do the same.
From The Washington Post
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