Difference between revisions of "Native App Privacy"

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Revision as of 19:42, 7 August 2018

Full Title and Meme

An application that is installed on a user's computing device can be given access to some parts of user Privacy.

Context

Problems

Solutions

iPhone Android Windows
yes??

yes??

Accnt Info
Bluetooth

Radios

always always Background
Calendar Calendar Calendar

Camera

Camera

Camera

Contacts

Contacts

Contacts

??

??

Email

Health


yes??

Health+



Home





File access

Location

Location

Location

Mic

Mic

Mic

Motion

Body


Music




Phone




Call History

yes??

yes??

Notification

Photos



Purchases

Purchases

Purchases

Reminders



Siri




SMS

Messaging

Speech




Storage




Tasks

TV





Other Devs



Diagnostics

safari

chrome

File D/L

non-persist


DNT


File access

References

Other References