87 percent children's apps in India seek dangerous access; Google to invest $1 bln in Bharti Airtel; 5Gi merger with 5G closer

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The vast majority of mobile apps aimed at children in India ask for dangerous permissions, according to the latest annual survey by Arrka, a company that offers a privacy management platform to businesses. Overall, Google—no surprise—by far is the biggest tracker of personal data in India, according to Arrka. Separately, Google is investing $1 billion in Bharti Airtel for an equity stake and joint go-to-market strategies