The most invasive apps: which apps are sharing your personal data?


Interesting! Thanks for sharing. Curious, do any of these apps block you
from accessing the application if you refuse certain permissions?


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On Thu, Mar 25, 2021 at 7:36 AM Victor Kapiyo via kictanet <> wrote:

> This article identified which apps shared the most of your private data
> with third parties, and those which gathered the most for their own
> benefits, to find the most invasive overall.
> Top on the list are Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Uber Eats which were
> found to share the most data (79%, 57%, 50% and 50% respectively, of the
> data they collected) with third parties.
> Read more:
> *Victor Kapiyo*
> Partner | *Lawmark Partners LLP*
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