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Here’s how self-help apps violate your privacy, sell your information

Here's how self-help apps violate your privacy, sell your information

The rise of self-help apps has been a boon for those who seek assistance in dealing with issues in their lives without necessarily needing to share intimate details with others in a more traditional setting. But a new study from Mozilla suggests mental health, domestic violence, and self-help apps have a surprisingly (and concerningly) disappointing track record on privacy and security.

Source:: Avast