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Popular period-tracking apps were found sharing extremely sensitive data to Facebook, including when users last had sex

Business Insider Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Popular period-tracking apps were found sharing extremely sensitive data to Facebook, including when users last had sex· *An investigation from Privacy International found various period-tracking apps with millions of downloads were sharing extremely sensitive and detailed data with Facebook and other third-parties.*
· *Two apps in particular, Maya and MIA Fem, shared details as personal as when users last had sex.*
· *Following the report...
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