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如何管好越了界的App 保护用户隐私信息安全

发布于:2018-12-20 15:58

Recently, some netizens found that mobile phone applications, such as public comments, voyages, etc., add social attributes without explicit prompts, exposing users'various kinds of information to friends or even strangers. In addition, some netizens found that opening part of the App would cause the camera of the mobile phone to rise and fall, and be prompted to record.
Two incidents brought the issue of Apple's arbitrary disclosure of user privacy and excessive requests for mobile phone rights back to the forefront of public opinion. How to manage App well beyond the boundaries and protect users'privacy and information security is a realistic test to be solved urgently.
Users become "transparent people"
Comments on Collection Information
I think this restaurant is delicious. I went to the public to comment on it and gave it a five-star restaurant. I was recommended a good hotel. I put a collection in the public comment. I plan to take a vacation next month to experience it. Recently, users who log on to the public comment by Wechat found that their comments and collections of information were pushed to their Wechat friends without explicit prompts.
"At that time, the use of Wechat for public comment was mainly to get a 5 yuan reward, and did not seriously look at the corresponding privacy agreement. But unexpectedly, at the cost of becoming a transparent person, it's really not worth it." A netizen posted complaints.
It happens that there is a similar case. In June this year, the vertical and horizontal "virtual cabin" function was also questioned to leak user privacy information. After checking in and choosing seats, users can click on other selected seats to see the preferences of passengers in that seat for airlines and their frequent destinations. In addition, users can also add personalized labels to other users, such as a user who is labeled "Libra", "Deep Aviation Preference", "Guangdong", "Seat by the Window" label.
Although public comment and navigation apps apologized and improved their functions in time after being questioned, they still caused the dissatisfaction of mobile netizens who disclosed users'personal information at will without explicit prompts. "If it's shared with a familiar friend, just in case these sensitive information falls into the hands of illegal elements, the consequences are unimaginable." Mr. Chen, who often uses air travel to check-in formalities vertically and horizontally, said.
On May 1, this year, the Code for Personal Information Security of Information Security Technology was formally implemented. The authorized consent and express consent of personal information and personal sensitive information were clearly stipulated. It is required that the subject of personal information should obtain express consent when collecting personal sensitive information. When the main body of personal information refuses, it can not provide corresponding additional functions, but it should not be used as a reason to stop providing core business functions, and should guarantee the corresponding quality of service.
Zhu Wei, deputy director of the Communication Law Research Center of China University of Political Science and Law, believes that the right to personal information belongs to the user himself. Any mobile phone application that collects and uses personal information should first obtain the user's own consent. At the same time, App's privacy protocol does not require users to authorize the use of personal information. It must clearly inform users of the specific scope of personal information collection, how to use the collected information, and the corresponding measures taken to protect user information.
Doubts about the Competence of Claim
3 Mobile Maps Cancel Unrelated Privacy Acquisition
Recently, a new mobile phone fire. Users found that when QQ browser App is opened on the phone, the camera of the phone will move up and down. In addition, Baidu input method will be prompted to record when no operation is performed on the phone. Subsequently, Tencent and Baidu issued statements that the camera was lifted to obtain lens parameters, and that the recording prompt was caused by preheating the microphone, which did not capture user privacy through shooting and recording.
Although it is a false alarm, users are still skeptical about the purpose of Apple's access to mobile camera, microphone, location, address book and other permissions. "If takeaway App requests location permissions to recommend surrounding restaurants and convenience for delivering meals, then why does it require access to both cameras and address books?" wrote a netizen on Weibo. Some netizens also found that after trying to shut down some video App to read mobile phone address book, SMS and other functions, the App can still open and use normally, so it shows that these default access rights are not necessary.
In the era of smartphones, App does need some privileges in mobile phones to be used properly, but according to the "Research and Analysis Report on Network Privacy Security and Network Fraud" (the first quarter of 2017), published jointly by DCCI Internet Data Center and Tencent Social Research Center, based on the detection of more than 800 Android mobile phone applications'privacy privileges, it is found that access to users' mobile phone privacy rights is now available. Elephants are more common, accounting for 96.6%, of which 25.3% have cross-border access to users'mobile phone privacy, which has become an important source of network fraud.
The Regulations on the Management of Information Services for Mobile Internet Applications point out that users'right to know and choose in the process of installation or use should be guaranteed according to law. Without explicit instructions to users and their consent, they should not open functions such as collecting geographical location, reading address books, using cameras, and enabling recording. They should not open functions unrelated to services.

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