APP PERMISSIONS DON’T TELL US NEARLY ENOUGH ABOUT OUR APPS

Thanks to Facebook, app permissions have popped back into the public’s consciousness again. Zuckerberg’s do-si-do with Congress showed that people are still genuinely confused about what data their smartphone apps can and can’t access. That’s partly because of app permissions: They’re oversimplified and designed to offer a minimal amount of information, right as they’re asking for access to your data. Read more at Wired.



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