Google pulled a few Android apps after finding they collected private data from millions of users and forwarded it to a Web site in China, according to LA News Monitor. The news agency tells us that
Mobile security firm, Lookout, reported that wallpaper applications collected browsing history, text messages, phone's SIM card number and subscriber identification, sending the data to www.imnet.us.
The site is reportedly owned by someone in Shenzhen, China.
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