Study on Phone Apps, Privacy, and Behavior


Published: July 27, 2015 by Darren Ilett

A study conducted at Carnegie Mellon University looked into the use of phone apps and privacy. It found that people take steps to protect their privacy when they are told that apps share personally identifiable information. To read more about the study, see Byron Spice’s post at Carnegie Mellon News.


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