FTC: Smartphone apps can expose kids' data
Parents are finding it more difficult to keep their children's private personal data from being collected by mobile phone apps, according to a new report.
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#1 Dec 10, 2012
Besides this, I still really like ( http://www.bell.ca ) cell phones. I've lived in Canada long enough to know that it can suck when blizzards and other things knock out those towers temporarily. I don't have a smart phone though, so my data can't be tracked by those. Which I do like.
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