Oy vey! According to a report from Reuters (via Phonescoop), U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has called for the Federal Trade Commission to investigate "reports that applications on the Apple Inc and Google Inc mobile systems steal private photos and contacts and post them online without consent."
OK, folks. Let's see if we can't explain this again. There was a report in the New York Times...
Well, that was quick. Just a couple days after a so-called "massive security vulnerability" was discovered in a few HTC phones, the Taiwanese manufacturer says a fix is on the way. Telling Phonescoop:
"HTC takes claims related to the security of our products very seriously. In our ongoing investigation into this recent claim, we have concluded that while this HTC software itself does no harm...
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