The latest App Store security report says many apps in Apple’s App Store lack privacy details. After analyzing 5 million apps, the report says they found no privacy details in 10% of apps.
Only 10% of the 5 million apps analyzed contain privacy data.
At the end of April, Apple notified app developers that it would begin removing apps that hadn’t been updated in the last three years for 30 days. its politics. This means it’s safe to say that app developers may not have updated their apps, so Pixalate couldn’t find any privacy data for apps during its analysis.
The report revealed some interesting key findings. For example, the report found that 98% of apps that don’t have privacy policies also lack terms of service. Alarmingly, 7% of apps with unknown privacy policies are accidentally targeted at children. Another interesting finding shows that more than 100,000 non-personally identifiable applications have access to end-user personal information.