A new report today from The Wall Street Journal takes another look at the growing problem of how apps are sharing user data with third-party companies without user knowledge. While this happens on both iOS and Android, the report focuses on iPhone since Apple has strong beliefs about privacy. While the company hasn’t announced anything official, WSJ sources have said that Apple is going to tighten up app privacy soon, starting with kids’ apps.


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