Mobile apps for home buyers raise privacy issues by sharing data with Facebook

Mobile software applications that consumers use to shop for homes are sharing data with Facebook, raising doubt about control over personal privacy. For example, an app for Realtor.com delivers information to Facebook about the prices and locations of homes that consumers have viewed. Facebook receives such information even if users of the Realtor.com app are not logged into their Facebook account or lack such an account.

Link: Mobile apps for home buyers raise privacy issues by sharing data with Facebook
via therealdeal.com

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