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The Android app market continues to thrive. According to mobile market intelligence firm Priori Data, the top 10 Android apps combined accounted for more than 19 million downloads last month, led by a game called Kick the Buddy with 2.96 million downloads in June. The rest of the US top 10 consists of two other games (Love Balls and Helix Jump), e-commerce app Wish, a news app, two music apps, and of course, some social and messaging apps including Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and Snapchat.
But when comparing these figures with June’s top Android apps globally, some interesting trends emerge.
Of the more than 306 million downloads of the top 10 global Android apps in June, half of the apps are Facebook-owned products. The global Android app downloads show how far-reaching Facebook’s apps have become worldwide, with Facebook’s five apps in the global top 10 combining for more than 172 million downloads in June. WhatsApp led the list with 55.78 million downloads, followed by Messenger at 44.06 million and Instagram in fifth place at 27.04 million.
Unlike the US Android app list, the global list also includes both Facebook and Facebook Lite, the pared-down version of the Facebook app made for developing countries with weaker connectivity.
Four of the other apps (Kick the Buddy, Helix Jump, musical.ly, and Love Balls) also appeared on the US list.
A closed group for women at genetic risk for breast cancer wasn’t as private as its members thought, according to a new report from CNBC.
The BRCA Sisterhood group was created as a support network for women with the BRCA gene, a mutation that greatly increases the risk of breast cancer, often resulting in preemptive mastectomy. The group was listed as “private” because of the sensitivity of the issue. But while the content of the group was closed to outsiders, the group’s membership was broadly visible, inadvertently revealing sensitive medical information.
Sisterhood members became aware of the loophole through a Chrome extension that allowed one of the members to download detailed information for thousands of members in a matter of minutes.
Though the extension drew attention to the problem, private group membership has long been visible on a user’s Facebook page. Bulk member lists could also be downloaded through a loophole involving the Group ID. Facebook acknowledged that member lists were essentially public, writing on a help page that “anyone” could see the title and member list for a closed group.
Groups can have private member lists if they’re set as “secret,” but that would make the group inaccessible in search results — a problem for the BRCA Sisterhood, which was actively soliciting membership from more women affected by the mutation.
Facebook appears to have changed its privacy settings in response to the CNBC report.
On June 26th, shortly after being contacted by CNBC reporters, Facebook quietly changed the privacy settings for closed groups, making member lists inaccessible to outsiders.
The change was not publicly announced, although a number of changes were made to public documentation.
According to a current version of the same Facebook help page, only current members can see the membership of a closed group.