Google Play privacy nutrition labels are flawed and inaccurate

23/02/2023 | TechCrunch

A study by the clever people at Mozilla reveals that Google's privacy nutrition labels for certain mobile apps have failed to live up to their promise. The research, which is part of Mozilla's Privacy not included series, reveals disclosure labels from the top apps on Google Play, including TikTok and Twitter, continue to share user data with advertisers, internet service providers and platforms despite claims to the contrary. 

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