Mandatory Chinese Olympics app collects personal data, has two security holes
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Mandatory Chinese Olympics app collects personal data, has two security holes

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Use of the Chinese Olympics app, MY2022, is mandatory for everyone attending this year’s Olympic Games in Beijing, whether as an athlete or simply watching from the stadium.

The app collects sensitive personal data – like passport details, medical data, and travel history – and analysis by security researchers reveals that the code has two security holes that could expose this information …

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