San Francisco mom says her child was illegally tracked while using the Disney Princess Palace Pets app. Mom claims Disney is violating the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act and that its "advertising-specific software development kit is surreptitiously embedded in the code for the app", and that's how Disney is intentionally collecting personal information and tracking online behavior of children, in violation of the Act.
App developers all over the World monetize your personal and private details gained when you click to "accept" and agree to publishers "permissions" revealing your email, text, photos, contacts, calendar, device id, mic, camera, web histories and more in exchange to use the latest FREE APPs.
Are you tired of having to trade your identity to view content and be entertained? How about your family?
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