Report: Popular period-tracking apps share data with third parties

Credit: CBS News- Published on September 16, 2019
A new report from the U.K.-based advocacy group Privacy International finds some period-tracking apps may be sharing private health information before users are even given a chance to agree to the terms and conditions of the apps' privacy policy. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN with more on what the report...

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