Votre application préférée partage des données avec Facebook ? Nous sommes la vie privée Inter…

Votre application préférée partage des données avec Facebook ? Nous sommes la vie privée Inter…

Does your favourite app share data with Facebook? We are Privacy International and we’re here to discuss the results of our latest app audit. Some apps violate your privacy by automatically sending personal data to Facebook. We’ve released our testing environment so you can replicate our work – AMA

Avant d’obtenir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument voir les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les actualité chaque jours de manière confortable ?

est-ce vos données relatives aux actions app préférées avec Facebook ? Nous sommes Privacy International et nous sommes ici pour discuter des résultats de notre dernière vérification d’app. Certaines applications violent votre vie privée en envoyant automatiquement les données à caractère personnel à Facebook. Nous avons publié notre environnement de test, donc vous pouvez répliquer notre travail – AMA


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13 réflexions au sujet de “Votre application préférée partage des données avec Facebook ? Nous sommes la vie privée Inter…”

  1. The thing is, most apps don’t even do it on purpose. As a developer myself, you often just get the request from a client to add some facebook feature in your app. You include the Facebook SDK and use it as documented. In the background, Facebook just collects a bunch of shit without even doing anything yourself.

  2. Legit question. What happens if you disable all FOUR Facebook apps (including system apps) that comes pre-installed in the phone? Does those apps still use Facebook SDK as well?

    Another question, does Facebook collect all your device files and filenames if the app with Facebook SDK request Storage Access? I always had this question about apps asking for Storage cuz Android is terrible for isolating important documents from common files access. I always end up having to isolate them myself through Secure Folder. Apple does a better job isolating files.

  3. Honestly. How many people here will not download and use an app, if the apps just put a pop up saying “this app needs access to xyz data on your phone”. You click okay and move on if all the apps start asking for it. Just like you accept cookies and move on for website browsing now a days.

    Remember those cookie planting monster websites? Did anything change? Nope. Now they do it with your explicit permission.

  4. Probably not the place to ask… But does editing the hosts files do anything to prevent apps from sending/communicating with Facebook? I’ve been considering rooting my phone simply to do this.

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