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The 10 stores online sales of major and potential privacy risks that offer

Secure. I is a mobile application which I spoke last September that helps the user to know the degree of security of Facebook applications, but also well informed about the privacy of online shops and stores applications on mobile devices.
Secure Todiras Alina. I write to show me a report conducted on the 10 stores online product sales and potential privacy risks to which they are exposed users to use their services.
They comment that "These ten stores online or through mobile devices do not give much importance in this Christmas season to user privacy"
This report comes in handy now that many of you plan to carry out shopping for the holidays through their mobile.
This study conducted Secure. I was made in Spain, through various mobile devices and then have the results of that study, so they know the potential risks to privacy that are exposed when they go to shop online at any of these stores and while The study was conducted in Spain, is almost the same in any country in the world with access to some of these stores,
1) Ebay – social shopping application online market 
 
 Facebook 24 access rights to data users and friends, and for the publication of information in the user's profile. Access to user data: description, activities, birthdays, academic record, groups, hometown, interests, likes, location, relationship status, religious beliefs and political ideology and work history 
 access data friends descriptions, activities, birthdays, school records, groups, hometowns, interests, tastes, sentimental situations, relationships and information work histories 
 Activities: Publish your name – This publication may publish your name, including photos, status updates, etc.. Application behavior: Nothing to note.
 User Rating: No entries.
2) Amazon – Application of social shopping online store 
 
 9 Facebook access rights to data users and friends, and for the publication of information in the user's profile. Access to user data: email address, description, birthday, likes, photos, videos 
 access data friends birthday, likes 
 Activities: Publish your name – This publication may publish your name, including status updates , etc. Application behavior: Nothing to note.
 User Rating: No entries.
3) Groupon – Application of website transactions 
 
 Facebook 7 access rights to data users and friends, and for the publication of information in the user's profile. Access to user data: email, birthday, likes and location visits recorded, status updates 
 access data friends – 
 Activities: Publish your name – This publication may publish your name, including photos, status updates, etc.. Application behavior: Nothing to note.
 User Rating: No entries.
4) Pose – app purchase through mobile devices for fashion 
 iOS, Android 
 three access rights to data users and friends, and for the publication of information in the user's profile. Access to user data: email, photos 
 data access friends – 
 Activities: Publish your name – This publication may publish your name. Application behavior: If the user says, saved or added to a product list, this is posted on Facebook without additional user licenses. User Purchases are published on their Facebook profile.
 User Rating: No entries.
5) Privalia – Privalia social Application Fanshop Facebook 
 
 of Spain three access rights to users' data, and for the publication of information in the user's profile. Access to user data: email, tastes 
 data access friends – 
 Activities: Manage your events – Privalia Spain Fan Shop can respond to invitations to events in your name. Application behavior: Nothing to note.
 User Rating: No entries.
6) Mobile Nextag – Application of social shopping and price comparison 
 iOS, Android, Windows Phone 
 three access rights to user data. Access to user data: email, interests, likes 
 data access friends – 
 Activities: – 
 application behavior: Nothing to note.
 User Rating: No entries.
7) iLoveShoes – App Purchase iOS 
 
 shoe three access rights to data users and friends, and for the publication of information in the user's profile. Access to user data: email, access publications in your news section 
 access data friends – 
 Activities: Publish your name – This publication may publish your name, including photos, status updates , etc. Application behavior: Nothing to note.
 User Rating: No entries.
8) Fab. com – social shopping application for iOS products 
 
 design two access rights to users' data, and for the publication of information in the user's profile. Access to user data: email 
 data access friends d-
 Activities: Publish your name – This application can publish on your behalf, including products you faved, inspirations and faved you. Application behavior: If the user adds a product to favorites, this is posted on Facebook without additional user licenses.
 User Rating: No entries.
9) H & M – app purchase through mobile devices for H & M Fashion 
 
 2 iOS access rights to users' data, and for the publication of information in the user's profile. Access to user data: photos 
 data access friends – 
 Activities: Publish your name – This publication may publish your name, including photos, status updates, etc.. Application behavior: Nothing to note.
 User Rating: No entries.
10) Mango – Application of social shopping fashion store 
 
 1 Facebook right to disclosure of the user's profile. Access to user data: – Data access 
 of friends – 
 Activities: Publish your name – This publication may publish your name, including photos, status updates, etc.. Application behavior: Nothing to note.
 User Rating: No entries.

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