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Popular games send unknown data to unknown entities, even if developers are reputable

[2019-05-15 11:56:34]

A range of studies have shown that popular games are sending data to multiple third-party entities, and even the developers concerned may not know what data is being sent to whom. Angry Birds, for example, knowingly sends advertising data to 43 entities, but developer Rovio turned out to be unaware of additional data sent through third-party SDKs … The post Popular games send unknown data to unknown entities, even if developers are reputable appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Popular games send unknown data to unknown entities, even if developers are reputable


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