APPLE, GOOGLE COULD BE FORCED TO ASK APPS TO DISCLOSE FOREIGN TIES

Mobile apps have helped changed our modern lives, often for the better but sometimes also for the worse. That’s especially true for those apps that, in exchange for entertainment or free services, gather unknowing users’ data for less conscientious purposes. The US government has taken a particular interest in that phenomenon, especially when it’s the data of US citizens that … Continue reading

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