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

It is also possible to use applications which you can easily customize
and/or have a code audit done on. Some of these can be found at:
An example application:

The data can be beneficial, but maybe social norms regarding how this
data is used need to be established. Open data is easy to verify and may
have social advantages by allowing aggregation and a wider variety of
people to make data based decisions. Closed data can allow for greater
privacy protection but it is then more difficult to correct inaccurate
data. In both cases controlling data use now and in the future is

On 3/25/21 8:04 AM, David Indeje via kictanet wrote:
> Ali,
> Yes, they do if you do not accept.

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