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Report: Popular period-tracking apps share data with third parties

A new report from the U.K.-based advocacy group Privacy International finds some period-tracking apps may be sharing private health information before users are even given a chance to agree to the terms and conditions of the apps' privacy policy. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN with more on what the report revealed.
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Pomp, tears and bagpipes as European parliament ratifies Brexit treaty
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Republicans Boast of Potential Bipartisan Acquittal for Trump; Three Democrats Undecided on Vote
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Violin madness and meaning: How one instrument proves its astonishing sonic reach
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Worried About Catching The New Coronavirus? In The U.S., Flu Is A Bigger Threat
At least 8,000 people have died from the flu in the U.S. this season. The good news: Easy steps you can take now to protect against the flu may also help you steer clear of the new coronavirus.
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Tesla posts first annual profit
Tesla posted its first annual profit, easily topping Wall Street's forecasts in the final three months of 2019.
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NASA pulls plug on Spitzer Space Telescope
After more than 16 years of trailblazing infrared observations, NASA is pulling the plug on one of its "Great Observatories."
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French Montana gets cozy with model Anel Peralta Luciano at Miami International Airport
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Houston Astros agree on deal with Dusty Baker to become new manager
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PD: Suspect allegedly beheaded pregnant sheep
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Photographer offers headshots to disabled jobseekers
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Bed bugs found on students in Wisconsin
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Ohio woman wakes up from 7-month coma
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Louisiana man accused of killing bald eagle
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600 students call in sick, schools close
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A Creepiness Review of Trump’s Infamous Lawyers
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The Angle: China Is Playing Whack-a-Mole With Coronavirus Rumors
This is the country's response to the coronavirus panic.
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Roger Goodell says NFL wants to help Antonio Brown get 'on the right track'
A judge freed Antonio Brown from house arrest on Tuesday, and Wednesday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league wants to help him.      
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Rep. Rashida Tlaib still hasn’t apologized for pushing a blood libel against Jews
An 8-year-old boy goes outside for shopping. On the way, he tragically slips and drowns in a pool of rainwater, where he is found dead the following day. Some observers accuse Jews — without any evidence — of having murdered the boy. Leaders echo the charge, and locals march toward a nearby Jewish neighborhood seeking...
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Gronk making the rounds in Miami ahead of Super Bowl party
"Everyone was pumped to be partying with Gronk and loved seeing him."
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Kansas City Chiefs teammates love QB Patrick Mahomes as 'one of the guys' ... even if that's not really true
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Opinion | Would Bloomberg Be a Second Trump?
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Vanessa Bryant changes Instagram profile picture to Kobe Bryant and Gianna
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Vanessa Bryant changes her Instagram profile image to one of Kobe and Gianna
Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa Bryant, made a first public acknowledgement Wednesday since the death of her husband and one of their children, changing the profile photo on her Instagram account to one of the basketball legend and their 13-year-old daughter sharing a tender moment.
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S&P 500 fades to end lower after Fed policy announcement
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Mike Bloomberg baffles with campaign ad showing him eating 'Big Gay Ice Cream'
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Kevin Knox’s brother embraced being named after Kobe Bryant
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Queens dad pulls daughter from school after videoed playground attack
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Chief Justice Roberts takes on new role in Trump's Senate impeachment trial: Strict timekeeper
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Kids who are glued to screens are couch potatoes by 5: study
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U.S. Republican Senator John Barrasso, a member of the Senate Republican leadership, told reporters on Wednesday that Republicans seemed to have the "momentum" to move to end the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump by Friday, without calling witnesses.
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Mom of Internet star 'Success Kid' threatens to sue Rep. Steve King for using his meme in a fundraising ad without permission
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Former Chargers and UCLA linebacker Donnie Edwards wins Salute to Service Award
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Tulsi Gabbard appeals to Trump voters. That may be an obstacle
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Melissa Gorga: Teresa Giudice wants to date a Jewish guy
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8 injured in 'suspicious' Los Angeles high-rise fire on Wilshire Boulevard
Authorities are investigating the cause of a raging fire in a 25-story residential high-rise Wednesday in Los Angeles that left eight people injured.        
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Q&A: Reagan Arthur on taking the reins of book publisher Alfred A. Knopf
Reagan Arthur on becoming head of Alfred A. Knopf, publisher of Toni Morrison, Stieg Larsson and many others.
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Creator of NBA Logo 'Open' to Kobe Bryant Replacing Jerry West as Face of the NBA
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Darren Till confirms he won't compete at UFC on ESPN+ 29 in London
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Mercedes Colwin calls Fotis Dulos' suicide attempt the 'ultimate fleeing from the scene of a crime'
Fox News legal analyst Mercedes Colwin reacted Wednesday to the news that Fotis Dulos, the Connecticut man accused of killing his estranged wife Jennifer, was found unresponsive in his home, calling the development “incredibly tragic and maddening.”
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