Social networking app Path is spamming users' contacts with random messages and calls

Social networking app Path is spamming users' contacts with random messages and calls

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New Smart journal and social networking app Path is experiencing further technical problems today after a number of users reported how multiple spam messages were being sent out to people in their address books. Digital marketer Stephen Kenwright was woken up at 6am this morning after his father told him that he...
Social networking app Path is spamming users' contacts with random messages and calls
                                     

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