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Mobile App Developers Aiding NSA Snooping

A recent report identified that Android apps leak user information like location, age and phone numbers. Most apps do not rely on encryption. In fact, MIT Technology Review reports that 43% of app developers use no encryption at all, and 92% of the 500 most popular Android applications communicate some data insecurely. It has made surveillance by the National Security Agency pretty darn easy.

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  1. Jim McAvey from Jpm Marketing, February 3, 2014 at 2:01 p.m.

    Check out EpicOrb messaging app in iTunes and Google Play Store. 100% private communication AES 128-bit encrypted.

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