How to protect kid’s online privacy?
The developer notes that this may give the app a "3D visualization of your hand & body movements".
Phone Activity Monitor on the other hand monitors certain events on the device, e.g. when a charger was plugged in, when the screen was turned off, when the phone was disconnected from a charger, or when the phone was connected to a laptop or PC using USB.Phone Information finally displays information that any application can look up when it is installed on a device. This includes:
- List of all installed applications.
- Mobile data and Wi-Fi data used since last boot.
- Device uptime.
- Device brand, name, manufacturer, manufacturing time and date.
Closing WordsAll Android devices gain access to a core set of permissions automatically; these permissions are not mentioned explicitly and don't need to be requested. PrivacyBreacher demonstrates that applications may access information about a user's device without requesting any extra permissions.
While many of these may sound harmless, they could be used for fingerprinting or other tracking purposes.
It would be interesting to know if some applications make use of these for tracking or advertising purposes.
In the end, it is still important to know what applications may look up on a device without any extra permission requests.
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