Unauthorized iPhone And iPad Apps Leak Private Data Less Often Than Approved Ones – Forbes


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Unauthorized iPhone And iPad Apps Leak Private Data Less Often Than Approved Ones
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As the scandal swirled this past week over news that the iPhone app Path uploads users' entire contact lists without permission, I came upon a study (PDF here) released last year by a group of researchers at the University of California at Santa
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