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The Games on Your iPhone Could Be Sharing More Personal Data Than Even Their Developers Realize

[2019-05-15 17:38:03]

This year has seen more than its fair share of privacy scandals stemming from app developers caught either deliberately or inadvertently collecting a lot more data on their users than they should have been. First there were the egregious violations of Apple’s Enterprise Developer program, with Facebook caught publishing an invasive market research app and ......

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