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[商业新闻] 【整理】2013-09-19&09-21 健康应用存安全隐忧 用户信息发送至第三方

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Health apps raise privacy concerns   

Samuel Burke explains how health apps are a potential goldmine for advertisers and health insurers.


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Each time Kristy Ingram takes a run, her apps are up and running before she even takes off.

-I use technology every time I run, because I track my runs, and it keeps track of how far I ran, how many calories I burned, and what the time was, where I ran, what time of day.

Like so many exercise enthusiasts carrying a smartphone.

- It has my total amount of runs that I've ever ran.

she likes to keep a close eye on the progress she's making. But when the run is finished, the data remains stored on the app, and a study just released by data intelligence firm Evidon shows that 20 of the most-used health apps are sharing information with third-party companies.

- Mobile applications are using third-party data collection and advertising tools in order to monetize those applications. It happens across all types of apps, including ones that users may find fairly sensitive, like health and fitness, wellness applications.

The apps in this study cover everything from running apps to apps that let women track their menstrual cycles. Many of the companies behind the apps insist they're only sharing analytics about app's functionality and use, not any identifiable information about users' identity or health. And they say that's no different from the tracking that many popular websites engage in.

-An advertiser might be interested in your location if they sell energy drinks or smoothies, and so they may look for where is this person, where did he complete his run, and how close is the nearest smoothie place so that I can advertise a special on a smoothie to him.

Sports psychologist Melinda Nicci says it's only natural that we would be more concerned about a device storing data related to our bodies and health.

-When you go on a social networking site, you can be a certain person or you can create a persona for yourself. But with health tracking, it's real metrics and real sensors tracking things that are completely real and in real time a lot of the time as well. So, I think there's a kind of vulnerability about giving that much away that we can't control.

The information these health apps track may be a goldmine for advertisers, but it could be even more valuable to health insurance companies. And they are, indeed, moving into the apps business and making partnerships with companies like Map My Fitness. But that app's policy explicitly states that users must opt in before any data is shared is shared with an insurance company.

-Many of the companies behind the most popular health apps go to great strides to try and keep their users' information private, but apps are businesses, too, so they have to look for innovate and creative ways to make money, which could make information about us and our bodies more and more valuable.

Samuel Burke, CNN, New York.

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Each time Christine Ingram takes a run, her apps are up at running before she even takes off.

"I use technology everytime I run. I track my run and it keeps track of how far I ran, how many calories it burned and what the time was, where I ran, what time today."

Like so many exercise enthusiast carrying a smartphone. "It has my total amount of run that I have ever made."She likes to keep a close eye on the progress she's making. But when the run is finished, the data remains stored on the app. And a study just released by data intelligence firm Evidon shows that 20 of the most used health apps are sharing information with third party companies.

"Mobile applications are using third party data collection and advertising tools in order to monitor those applications. It happens across all types of apps, including ones that users may find fairly sensitive like health and fitness wellness applications."

The apps in the study cover everything from running apps to apps that let women track their *** cycles. Many of the companies behind the apps insist they are only sharing analytics about their apps' functionality and use, not any identifiable information about user's identity or health? And they say that's no different from the tracking that many popular websites engaged in.

"The advertiser may be interested in your location if they sell energy drinks or smoothies. So they may look for where is this person, where did he complete his run and how close the nearest smoothie place so they can advertise what specially smoothie to him."

Sports psychologist Melinda Nicci says it's only natural that we would be more concerned about the device storing data related to our bodies and health.

"When you got your social networking on, you can be a certain personal. You can create a persona for yourself. But with health tracking, it's real matrix and real senses tracking things that are all completely real and in real time and a lot of time as well. So I think it's kind of vulnerability about giving that much away that we can't control. "

The information those health apps track maybe a gold mine for advertisers but it could be more even valuable to health insurance companies and they are indeed moving into apps' business and making partnerships with companies like Mapmyfitness. But that app's policy explicitly states the user must opt in before any data shared with an insurance company.

"Maybe the company behind the most popular health apps go to great strength to try to keep their users' information private. But apps are business too, so they have to look for innovative and creative ways to make money which could make information about us and our bodies more and more valuable."
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[Homework]2013-09-19&09-21 健康应用存安全隐忧 用户信息发送至第三方

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[Homework]2013-09-19&09-21 健康应用存安全隐忧 用户信息发送至第三方

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Each time Christine *  takes a run, her * are up at running before she even takes off.
"I use technology everytime I run. I track my run and it keeps track of how far I ran, how many calories it burned and what the time was, where I ran, what time today."
Like so many exercise enthusiast carrying a smartphone. "It has my total amount of run that I have ever made."She likes to keep a close eye on the progress she's making. But when the run is finished, the data remains stored on the app. And a study just released by data intelligence firm *  shows that 20 of the most used health apps are sharing information with third party companies.
"Mobile applications are using third party data collection and advertising tools in order to monitor those applications. It happens across all types of apps, including ones that users may find fairly sensitive like health and fitness wellness applications."
The apps in the study cover everything from running apps to apps that let women track their *cycles. Many of the companies behind the apps insist they are only sharing analytics about their apps' *  and use, not any identifiable information about user's identity or health? And they say that's no different from the tracking that many popular websites * .
"The advertiser may be interested in your location if they sell energy drinks or smoothies. So they may look for where is this person, where did he complete his run and how close the nearest smoothie place so they can advertise what specially *  to him."
Sports psychologist*  says it's only natural that we would be more concerned about the device storing data related to our bodies and health.
"When you got your social networking on, you can be a certain personal. You can create a persona for yourself. But with health tracking, it's real *  and real senses tracking things that are all completely real and in real time and a lot of time as well. So I think it's kind of * about giving that much away that we can't control. "
The information those health apps track maybe a gold mine for advertisers but it could be more even valuable to health insurance companies and they are indeed moving into apps' business and making partnerships with companies like * . But that app's policy explicitly states the user must *  in before any data shared with an insurance company.
"Maybe the company behind the most popular health apps go to great strength to try to keep their users' information private. But apps are business too, so they have to look for innovative and creative ways to make money which could make information about us and our bodies more and more valuable."
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Each time Kristy Ingram takes a run, her apps are up and running before she even takes off.

“I use technology every time I run, because I track my runs and it keeps track of how far I run, how many calories I burned, and what the time was. Where I run, what time of the day.”

Like so many exercises enthusiasts carrying a smartphone, “It has like, my total amount of runs that I've ever ran”, she likes to keep a close eye on the progress she’s making. But when the run is finished, the data remains stored on the app. And a study just released by data intelligence firm Evidon shows that 20 of the most used health apps are sharing information with third-part companies.

“Mobile applications are using third-party data collection and advertizing tools in order to monetize those applications. It happens across all types of apps including ones that users may find fairly sensitive like health, fitness, wellness applications.”

The apps in this study cover everything, from running apps to apps that let women track their menstrual cycles. Many of the companies behind the apps insist they are only sharing analytics about their apps functionality and use, not any identifiable information about user’s identity or health. And they say that’s no different from the tracking that many popular websites engage in.

“An advertiser might be interested in your location if they sell energy drinks or smoothies, so they may look for where is this person, where did his complete his run, and how close is the nearest smoothie place so that I can advertise, you know, a special on a smoothie to him.”

Sport psychologist Melinda Nicci says it’s only natural that we will be more concerned about a device storing data related to our bodies and health.

When you go on a social networking site, you can be a certain person or you can create a persona for yourself. But with health tracking, it’s real metrics and real sensors, you know, tracking things that are completely real and in real time a lot of time as well. So I think there is a kind of vulnerability about giving that much away that we can’t control.”

The information these health apps track may be a goldmine for advertisers, but it could be even more valuable to health insurance companies. And they are indeed moving into the apps businesses and making partnerships with companies like Map My Fitness. But that apps policy explicitly states the users must opt in before any data is shared with an insurance company.

“Many of the companies behind the most popular health apps go to great strides to trying to keep their users’ information private, but apps are businesses too, so they have to look for innovative and creative ways to make money, which could make information about us and our bodies more and more valuable.”

Samuel Burke, CNN, New York.
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[Homework]【整理】2013-09-19&09-21 健康应用存安全隐忧 用户信息发送至第三方

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these information that the healthy track maybe a gold mine for advertiser but it could even be valuable to health insurance companies.and they are indeed into the apps business making partnership with companies like map my fitness ,with that apps policy explicit state,the user must  up in  before any the insurance companies .
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[Homework]【整理】2013-09-19&09-21 健康应用存安全隐忧 用户信息发送至第三方

Each time C.E takes a run, her apps are up and running before she even takes off. I use technology every time I run because I track my runs and it keeps track how far I ran, how many calories I burned and what the time was. Where I ran, what time today.
Like so many exercise enthusiasts carrying a smart phone.
It has my total amount of runs I have ran
She likes to keep a close eye on the progress she is making. But when running finished, the data remains stored on the App. And study just released by data intelligence from * shows that 20 of the most-used health Apps are sharing information with third companies.
Mobile applications are using third party data collection and advertising tools in order to monetize those applications. It happens across all types of apps including ones the user may find fairly sensitive like the health and fitness, wellness applications.
The apps in the study cover everything from running apps to apps that let women track their menstrual circles. Many companies behind the apps insist they are only sharing analytics about the app's functionality and use not any identifiable information about users' identity or health. And they say that's no different from the tracking that many popular websites engage in.
Now advertising may be interested in your location if they sell energy drinks or smoothies. And so they may look for where is this person, where did he complete his run, and how close the nearest smoothie place so that I can advertise, you know, a special on a smoothie to him.
Sports psychologist M.L. says it's only nature that we will be more concerned
about device storing data related to our bodies and health.
you got a social networking siting, you can be a certain person or you can create a persona for yourself. But with health tracking, it's real metrics, and real sensors, you know, tracking things that are all completely real, and in real time, a lot of time as well. So I think it's a kind of vulnerability about giving that much away that we can't control.
The information these health apps track maybe a goldmine for advertisers, but it could be more valuable to health insurance companies. And they are indeed moving into the apps businesses and making partnership with companies like *. But that app policy explicitly states the users must opt in before any data is shared with an insurance company.
Many of the companies behind most popular health apps go to great strides to try and keep the users' information private. But apps are businesses too, so they have to look for innovative and creative ways to make money, which could make information about us and our bodies more and more valuable.


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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