Which apps are the least friendly when it comes to respecting user privacy?
Instagram is currently the mobile application collecting the most personal data from its users. The social network has been found to share as much as 79% of the personal data provided by the user, compared to 57% for Facebook and 50% for LinkedIn and Uber Eats.
While the collection of personal data — whether it be a name, address, e-mail or telephone number — was long an issue poorly understood or ignored by the public, it is now a source of concern for many internet users.
The top 10 apps that share the most user data are:
4. Uber Eats
This study by statistics portal Statista is based solely on privacy data from the App Store (iOS), grouped into a total of 14 categories. JB
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