A slew of Disney-branded mobile applications, including some Star Wars, Moana and Disney Princess apps, are allegedly spying on children across the United States. A class-action suit filed in California claims that The Walt Disney Co is commercially exploiting minors, including kids under the age of 13, by secretly tracking them using high-end behavioral analytics code. The apps use sophisticated SDKs to allegedly collect personal data without consent before going on to “exfiltrate that information off the smart device for advertising and other commercial purposes,” according to the suit.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: InfoSecurity Magazine