Remote-learning apps used by kids during the pandemic monitored and shared their data for ads, analysis finds

A Human Rights Watch report said 89% of remote-learning platforms it reviewed spied on children. The platforms collected personal data and some sent it to tech companies for advertising purposes. Experts called for these companies to only collect data that’s related to online learning. COVID-19 lockdowns forced schools around the world to shut, and children moved online to continue with their learning.

Link: Remote-learning apps used by kids during the pandemic monitored and shared their data for ads, analysis finds
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