Mobile App Privacy in Software Engineering Research: A Systematic Mapping Study

@article{Ebrahimi2021MobileAP,
  title={Mobile App Privacy in Software Engineering Research: A Systematic Mapping Study},
  author={Fahime Ebrahimi and Miroslav Tushev and Anas Mahmoud},
  journal={Inf. Softw. Technol.},
  year={2021},
  volume={133},
  pages={106466}
}
Mobile applications (apps) have become deeply personal, constantly demanding access to privacy-sensitive information in exchange for more personalized user experiences. Such privacy-invading practices have generated major multidimensional and unconventional privacy concerns among app users. To address these concerns, the research on mobile app privacy has experienced rapid growth over the past decade. In general, this line of research is aimed at systematically exposing the privacy practices of… Expand

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