Which? says that high-profile apps hide their data-collection practises - despite GDPR

Tom Allen
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Apps like Amazon and AccuWeather follow the word of the GDPR, but not its spirit

Some phone apps use sneaky tactics to get users to share more information than they intend, according to a new report by Which? Despite new regulations like the GDPR, Which? believes that the 29...

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