June 22, 2021 Business, Healthcare, Online, Surveillance
Soofia Tariq writes:
Nine out of 10 mobile health apps collect and track user data, according to a new global study.
The research published in the British Medical Journal conducted in-depth analysis of more than 20,000 mobile health apps on the Google Play Store, some of which require users to disclose sensitive health information, including step and calorie counters, apps that manage health conditions, symptom checkers and menstruation trackers.
Read more on The Guardian.
h/t, Joe Cadillic
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