Google's 'Teacher approved' apps mislead on kids' privacy, activists tell FTC

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Google's 'Teacher approved' apps mislead on kids' privacy, activists tell FTC

Allegedly transmit user data to other companies.

Two advocacy groups have called on the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate whether apps that Google's Play Store labels as "Teacher approved" are unlawfully collecting personal data without parental consent to target ads at children. The Campaign for a Commercial-Free ...

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