Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 4th Oct 2010 11:33 UTC, submitted by B. Janssen
Privacy, Security, Encryption Last week, a study was published that showed how 15 popular applications in the Android Market shared location data with advertisement servers, while 10 shared unique identifiers with them, as well. Glad you're using an iPhone? Not so fast - another study, published over the weekend, shows that the iOS ain't much better in this regard.
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RE: Weird use case for UDID
by RawMustard on Mon 4th Oct 2010 14:57 UTC in reply to "Weird use case for UDID"
RawMustard
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2005-10-10

Wow! End of the world.

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RE[2]: Weird use case for UDID
by blitze on Tue 5th Oct 2010 04:18 in reply to "RE: Weird use case for UDID"
blitze Member since:
2006-09-15

well it was when Microsoft was accused of doing it so why not Andriod? Oh that's right - it's by everyones flavour of the month - Google.

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