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 August 11, 2017  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S., Online

The Korea Herald reports:

CallApp, a free mobile app for caller identification and call blocking services, developed by an Israel-based tech startup, has been banned in South Korea for illegally collecting and mishandling users’ private data.

The Korea Communications Commission said Monday that CallApp had been terminated from service in Korea. It asked Google Korea to take down the app from the Google Play app store from Friday, according to the commission.

Read more on The Korea Herald.

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