Google 'Looking Into' Claims About Kid-Tracking Android Apps

  1. Google ‘Looking Into’ Claims About Kid-Tracking Android Apps  PCMag
  2. Thousands of Android apps may be illegally tracking children, study finds  Chicago Tribune
  3. Google Responds to Troubling Report of Apps Tracking Kids  Tom’s Guide
  4. Android Developers Blog: DNS over TLS support in Android P Developer Preview  Android Developers Blog
  5. Study finds over 3300 Android apps improperly tracking kids  Engadget
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Thousands of Android apps may be illegally tracking children, study finds

  1. Thousands of Android apps may be illegally tracking children, study finds  Chicago Tribune
  2. Google Responds to Troubling Report of Apps Tracking Kids  Tom’s Guide
  3. Android P’s New Recents UI Scrolls Horizontally  Android Headlines
  4. Android Developers Blog: DNS over TLS support in Android P Developer Preview  Android Developers Blog
  5. Study finds over 3300 Android apps improperly tracking kids  Engadget
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Google Responds to Troubling Report of Apps Tracking Kids

  1. Google Responds to Troubling Report of Apps Tracking Kids  Tom’s Guide
  2. Thousands of apps in Google Play Store may be illegally tracking children, study finds  Washington Post
  3. G Suite-Managed Devices Gaining Ability To Install Any App  Android Headlines
  4. Android Developers Blog: DNS over TLS support in Android P Developer Preview  Android Developers Blog
  5. Study finds over 3300 Android apps improperly tracking kids  Engadget
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Facebook is probably tracking you whether you use it or not — and it doesn't really give you a choice

  1. Facebook is probably tracking you whether you use it or not — and it doesn’t really give you a choice  Business Insider
  2. Facebook Outlines What Data it Collects From Other Apps and Websites  Mac Rumors
  3. “Not too fond of Facebook”: A dating app removes its linked-profile requirement  Ars Technica
  4. The Zuckerberg Hearings Were Silicon Valley’s Ultimate Debut  WIRED
  5. Commentary: #DeleteFacebook Is Just the Beginning. Here’s the Movement We Could See Next  Fortune
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Thousands of Android apps are tracking children, study finds

  1. Thousands of Android apps are tracking children, study finds  CNET
  2. I have little hope that the Pixel 3 will be anything but an iPhone X clone  BGR
  3. Report finds more than half of Android apps for children are in violation of COPPA  The Verge
  4. Android Developers Blog: DNS over TLS support in Android P Developer Preview  Android Developers Blog
  5. Here’s Android P’s new navigation and Recents multitasking UI — and how it works [Gallery]  9to5Google
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Facebook comes under attack for tracking internet users who don't have a Facebook account

  1. Facebook comes under attack for tracking internet users who don’t have a Facebook account  Phone Arena
  2. Facebook Data Leak Exposes 87 Million User Profiles  Business 2 Community
  3. I downloaded the data Facebook has on me. Yikes.  Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  4. Legislators Are Missing the Point on Facebook  NDTV
  5. AI Weekly: Facebook fiasco proves we need a better approach to personal data  VentureBeat
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Firefox for iOS updated with tracking protection, tab re-ordering, drag-and-drop links, more

  1. Firefox for iOS updated with tracking protection, tab re-ordering, drag-and-drop links, more  9to5Mac
  2. Firefox for iOS Updated With Automatic Tracking Protection and New iPad Features  Mac Rumors
  3. Everything you need to know about Firefox Reality browser, the VR future of the internet  Android Central
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Steam privacy changes make purchase-tracking service Steam Spy useless

  1. Steam privacy changes make purchase-tracking service Steam Spy useless  Digital Trends
  2. Steam Accounts Just Got a Lot More Private  PCMag
  3. Latest Steam Update Is Bad News For Steam Spy  Kotaku
  4. Steam Spy on Twitter: “Valve just made a change to their privacy settings, making games owned by Steam users …  Twitter
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Facebook was tracking your text message and phone call data. Now what?

  1. Facebook was tracking your text message and phone call data. Now what?  ZDNet
  2. People are freaking out that Facebook’s Android apps collect call and text data — but Facebook says it got permission  Business Insider
  3. Facebook questioned about pulling Android call, text data  mySanAntonio.com
  4. Jelly Bean | Android Developers  Android Developers
  5. Facebook has been collecting call history and SMS data from Android devices  The Verge
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Storm Team 4 Closely Tracking Large, 2-Phase Snow System

  1. Storm Team 4 Closely Tracking Large, 2-Phase Snow System  NBC New York
  2. Sunshine followed by clouds Monday, with highs in the mid 40s  WFMZ Allentown
  3. Snow is in the forecast, but will it stay or just melt away?  PennLive.com
  4. Winter storm likely Monday night into Tuesday; snow accumulation odds are growing for parts of the DC region  Washington Post
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MoviePass CEO seeks to clarify app's tracking capabilities

  1. MoviePass CEO seeks to clarify app’s tracking capabilities  CNET
  2. MoviePass CEO says app doesn’t collect customer data while inactive  Phone Arena
  3. Now MoviePass’ CEO says the app never tracked customers  Engadget
  4. MoviePass CEO backpedals on location tracking and talks strategy to break even by 2019  TechCrunch
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