Lawsuit accuses Disney apps of spying on kids
According to the lawsuits, Disney apps have trackers installed inside that allow data such as geographical information, browsing history and other third party information to be collected and then sold to third parties for advertising reasons. Amanda Rushing, a California based mother, filed the suit on August 3rd in a U.S. District Court in San Francisco.
There is a long list of Disney apps that might be involved with the illegal spying. Besides "Where's My Water 2," other titles rumored to be involved include "Moana Island Life," and "Disney Color and Play." Both of these apps count between 1 million and 5 million installations from the Google Play Store.