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Apple and Google Stores: Kids apps had no privacy policy

Apps removed from Apple Stores (59%) and Google (25%) had no privacy policy, according to Pixalate H1 2021 Delisted Apps Report. In Google, out of 26% of deleted applications from Russia, no privacy policy was found. At Apple, out of 60% of deleted applications from China, no privacy policy was found. In addition, 66% of deleted Google apps had at least one "dangerous license", 27% had access to GPS coordinates and 19% had access to the camera.

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In all, more than 813.000 apps with more than 9 billion downloads - 86% of which were aimed at children aged 12 and under - were removed from the Google Play and Apple App stores. After analyzing more than five million mobile applications, the report found that consumer privacy and security, as well as brand security for advertisers, could be compromised. It is worth noting that deleted applications can remain installed on a consumer device even after they have been removed from the application store.

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The Greek lawyer of the Russian technician - guru of cryptocurrencies will analyze the procedural situation in which the case of Mr. Bitcoin.

In an exclusive interview with SecNews, Zoe Konstantopoulou answers all our questions regarding the case of Alexander Vinnik.

Zoe Konstantopoulou revealed evidence of fire that testifies to the secret cooperation of the Greek Ministry of Justice with the Ministry of Justice of the United States of America.

The reason for the existence of the secret agreements between Greece and the USA suggests, according to what was mentioned in the Press Conference, the urgent need of the United States to get involved in court issues in order to circumvent Mr Bitcoin's rights. One of the main reasons for the US obsession with the case is because they demand the extradition of Alexander Vinnik (America Vinnik) to America in order - according to Mrs. Konstantopoulou - to be used as a "weapon" in their hands against Russia. They seek to use it in the long-running cyber war between the United States and Russia.
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Applications can be deleted for a variety of reasons, ranging from relatively malicious (e.g. application store policy violations) to benign causes (e.g. withdrawal). programmer). The petition neither claims nor gives any specific reason for the deletion actions. In addition, it is often not possible to know if the removal was enabled by the app store or the developer.

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Pixalate's science and data analytics team analyzed the 5 million apps and app developers that were deleted from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store from January 1 to June 30, 2021. An app is considered to have been deleted if at any given time. users "downloaded" it and then it was removed.

Source of information: venturebeat.com

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