Vice reports on the potential children's privacy pitfalls associated with financial technology application Greenlight, a kids' finance platform. According to Greenlight's privacy notice, the app has the right to share users' personal data, including names, birth dates, email addresses, location history, purchase history and more, with third-party vendors. The notice also allows Greenlight to serve targeted advertisements based on the data it collects. A spokesperson said the sharing provisions were devised for future "merchant-funded offers to parents," which would use "aggregated and anonymous information."
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