Shine

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Shine

Shine, Inc
Wi-Fi

Passé en revue le : 20 avril 2022

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Mozilla a effectué 8 heures de recherches
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Vote du public : Super flippant

Shine was built by two women of color to focus on groups too often underrepresented in wellness conversations -- women of color. The app features daily meditations, self-care courses, personalized support, and monthly virtual workshops. With a majority of teachers being people of color, Shine is able to focus more specifically on the causes of stress, anxiety, and depression in the Black, Indigenous, and people of color communities, especially among women. Meditation topics focused on specific communities -- AAPI, Black, LGBTQ+, Latinx for example -- are designed to help users manage work frustrations, navigate relationships, and find joy. With a staff that is 80% BIPOC, Shine believes that fighting for the mental health of marginalized people helps fights for their lives and rights too. Yay for caring for and about marginalized communities! But how does Shine's privacy and security practices look? Well, unfortunately, they don't really shine.

Que pourrait-il se passer en cas de problème ?

Shine's privacy policy is rather hard to decipher at times (honestly, all privacy policies kinda are, but Shine's made our brain hurt just a little bit more). They lead off their privacy policy with what they call the company's privacy assurances. This includes statements like, "We do not sell your Personal Information to any nonaffiliated third parties." and "We do not share your Personal Information with nonaffiliated third parties that would use it to contact you about their own products and services, unless you have allowed us to do so and as permitted pursuant to a joint marketing agreement."

But what do those statements actually mean? Does that mean that they could sell data to any affiliated third parties. Yes, it seems so. Does it mean they may share personal data with marketing and advertising providers. Again, yes it does. And what does you giving them permission pursuant of a joint marketing agreement etc etc. actually look like? It's rather confusing legalese that doesn't make us feel great about their overall privacy practices.

Shine says they can collect a fair amount of personal information on you including first and last name, postal address, email address, and other "identifying information that you choose." They can also collect information such as your annual revenue, gender, and certain demographic information they say they don't consider personal info but rather anonymized statistical data. Shine also says they can receive information about your from third parties including business partners, data brokers, or credit reporting agencies. So much data from so many places! We don't like it.

What does Shine do with all that data they collect? Well, quite a bit of promoting, advertising, marketing, market research and even "to provide you with information about third parties that may be of interest to you" according to their privacy policy. They say they can share your personal information with a whole host of people including marketing or advertising providers, professional advisors, and even Rakuten Advertising, an ad company that can collect their own personal information on you when you interact with Shine. So much data sharing! Again, we don't like it.

They go on to say, as so many mental health app companies we reviewed do, "We may disclose aggregated, anonymized, statistical data and/or non-identifying information about our Users without restriction." And here is where we must remind you that it has been found to be relatively easy to de-anonymize this data.

Shine collects a lot of personal information, shares a lot of personal information with a lot of people and on top of all that, they don't meet our Minimum Security Standards (we were able to log into the app with the weak password "111111". ) All in all, Shine leaves us concerned about their privacy and security practices. Which is a bummer, because we here at *Privacy Not Included firmly believe protecting the privacy of marginalized communities is very important. Here's hoping Shine will step up and do better for the communities they work to help.

Conseils pour vous protéger

  • Do not give consent for sharing of personal data for marketing and advertisement.
  • Do NOT use your Facebook account to login.
  • Chose a strong password. Unfortunately, the app will not prompt you to do it.
  • Email [email protected] to opt out of having your email and other contact information used for marketing and advertising.
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Appareil : Ne s’applique pas

Application : Non

Microphone

Appareil : Ne s’applique pas

Application : Non

Piste la géolocalisation

Appareil : Ne s’applique pas

Application : Non

Que peut-on utiliser pour s’inscrire ?

Facebook or Apple accounts can be used

Quelles données l’entreprise collecte-t-elle ?

Comment l’entreprise utilise-t-elle les données ?

Shine's privacy policy states they do not sell your Personal Information to any nonaffiliated third parties.

Shine says they do not share your Personal Information with nonaffiliated third parties that would use it to contact you about their own products and services, unless you have allowed them to do so and as permitted pursuant to a joint marketing agreement."

If you allow, Shine may share your personal data with marketing or advertising providers, including Rakuten Advertising." We could not confirm if consent happens in an Opt-in or Opt-out fashion.

"If we receive Personal Information about you from a third party (for example, our business partners, data brokers, or credit reporting agencies), we will protect it as set out in this Privacy Policy." Shine may receive personal information from third parties including data brokers.

Comment pouvez-vous contrôler vos données ?

Shine's privacy policy says, "If you believe that any information we hold about you is inaccurate, out of date, incomplete, irrelevant or misleading, you can review and change your Personal Information by logging into your account profile on the Websites and navigating to the appropriate settings page or sending us an email at [email protected] to request access to, correct, or delete any Personal Information that you have provided to us. We cannot delete some of your Personal Information except by also deleting your User account."

However, no data retention details are provided in the Policy.

Quel est l’historique de l’entreprise en matière de protection des données des utilisateurs et utilisatrices ?

Moyen

No known privacy or security incidents discovered in the last 3 years.

Informations liées à la vie privée des enfants

"Shine does not knowingly collect Personal Information from children under 13."

Ce produit peut-il être utilisé hors connexion ?

Oui

You can download your Shine meditations

Informations relatives à la vie privée accessibles et compréhensibles ?

Non

Liens vers les informations concernant la vie privée

Ce produit respecte-t-il nos critères élémentaires de sécurité ? informations

Non

Chiffrement

Impossible à déterminer

Mot de passe robuste

Non

We were able to sign up with '111111'.

Mises à jour de sécurité

Oui

Gestion des vulnérabilités

Impossible à déterminer

Politique de confidentialité

Oui

Le produit utilise-t-il une IA ? informations

Impossible à déterminer

Cette IA est-elle non digne de confiance ?

Impossible à déterminer

Quel genre de décisions l’IA prend-elle à votre sujet ou pour vous ?

L’entreprise est-elle transparente sur le fonctionnement de l’IA ?

Impossible à déterminer

Les fonctionnalités de l’IA peuvent-elles être contrôlées par l’utilisateur ou l’utilisatrice ?

Impossible à déterminer


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