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These iPhone apps secretly record your screen without permission

[2019-02-07 19:13:57]

Several major companies are secretly recording your every move on their iPhone apps without your permission or even your knowledge, a new investigation has found. According to a TechCrunch report, several popular iPhone apps, including hotels and travel sites and retailers, not only know what you’re doing with their apps but they could even expose sensitive data....

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