NSA still using Leaky Apps to Siphon User Data

While accusations about NSA backdoors to apple products have been doing the rounds for a while now, the latest revelations about spying agencies using so-called “leaky apps” to capture user data has reignited the debate. 

A leaky app is a recipe for grabbing location and planning data when a target uses Google Maps, and for vacuuming up address books, buddy lists, phone logs and the geographic data embedded in photos when someone sends a post to the mobile versions of Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn, Twitter and other services.



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