Sep 292010
 September 29, 2010  Posted by  Breaches, Business

John Cox reports:

A recent test of prototype security code for Android phones found that 15 of 30 free Android Market applications sent users’ private information to remote advertising servers, without the users being aware of what was being sent or to whom. In some cases, the user’s location data was sent as often as every 30 seconds.

Read more on Network World.

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