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...etimes not easy since the abstract is not clear and it can be misunderstood, we enhanced the assessment process with independent verification, as it was done in other works [41, 42]: one author developed the search of literature papers and the rest inspected the results in order to check possible errors. The authors also made a classification of the papers found following the mentioned method. Finally, the last part of the study, the creation of privacy and security recommendations for mHealth apps designers, was performed using the results obtained in the previous parts of this research. Known the specific laws that the apps must satisfy and the techniques and technologies used for this aspects of security and privacy, the authors convened to discuss what techniques must at least be used and which of them are the most suitable in order to fulfil the laws studied.
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