TechBytes: Personal Information, Gmail Outage

Are apps for children secretly recording personal information?
3:00 | 12/11/12

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It did tech make their phones and tablets -- nine your kids that Federal Trade Commission says that most mobile apps for children are secretly collecting and sharing information on them. That includes their phone -- first and locations. The FTC wants to require parental consent. FaceBook and Gmail seem to be all right this morning but both services had a brief outages yesterday. There's no word from Google about the -- there but -- but says a change to a web address caused its problems. A day after Google's instant Grahame stopped supporting embedding photos on Twitter. Twitter site -- at the android and iPhone apps now let you add filters to your photos are you no longer need to use is to -- -- -- them. And finally. Yet you can now wrap your eye is found in tacky Christmas design -- inspired by those ugly Christmas letters that suddenly seemed to be and vote. The cases cost 35 dollars each from inspire my case dot com -- tech sites on -- --

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