Apple's Next Privacy Scandal: Apps That Steal Your Photos

Apple's Next Privacy Scandal: Apps That Steal Your Photos

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It's only been a few weeks since the last major iOS privacy scandal. In case you were getting bored, a new, somewhat related controversy just started brewing thanks to reporting by Nick Bilton at The New York Times. This one comes three weeks after Path apologized for a privacy loophole...
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