Apple must improve iOS user data protection: developers

The dust up over users' contacts ending up on Path servers has spurred congressmen to get up into Apple's grill, and now developers are also holding the company's feet to the fire to be better about protecting such sensitive information.

Apple continues to squirm in the midst of revelations about a flaw in iOS that allows apps to sneak Address Book contacts past permissions and store it in its own servers. Not only did the social network Path take advantage of the weakness, but also much more popular apps such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Read more here: Technolog
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