SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Wall Street Journal tests reveal Facebook is collecting sensitive and personal information shared by smartphone users, on completely separate apps. Fitness, finance and ...
NEW YORK — Several phone apps are sending sensitive user data to Facebook, including health information, without users’ consent, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. An analytics tool ...
This means sensitive information like passport numbers ... Air Canada recently suffered a data breach affecting 20,000 user profiles, which doesn’t bode well for its security practices. In some cases, ...
... that it doesn’t send “critical user data” and that the data it does send Facebook is “depersonalized” to keep it private and secure. The Journal’s testing, however, showed sensitive information ...
Two apps in particular, Maya and MIA Fem, were sharing details such as when users' last had sex, and how much alcohol they ...
A number of menstruation apps have been accused of sharing sensitive information on users sex lives ... However, the software ...
Yet more sensitive data has been shared with Facebook, this time rather intrusive information ... last had sex and when a ...
Several phone apps are sending sensitive user data to Facebook, including health information, without users' consent, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. An analytics tool called "App ...
The Journal reported that its testing showed at least 11 popular apps that had, overall, been downloaded tens of millions of times share user ... makers not to send the social network health, ...
such as whether the user may be ovulating. The Journal's testing found that the data was sent with an advertising ID that can be matched to a device or profile. Although Facebook's terms instruct app ...