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Which Apps Are Safe for Kids? Three Tools That Read the Fine Print for You | EdSurge

Who has the time to read the fine print of terms and conditions… especially when it is an enticing new app which promises you the world?

Well we certainly should do as that is where the data-harvesting takes place.

These apps will read the small print to you and alert you to the salient features before you sign your rights away!

Read more here: Which Apps Are Safe for Kids? Three Tools That Read the Fine Print for You | EdSurge

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