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    Google Maps for iPhone Violates European Data Protection Law

    Jan 09, 2013
    The popular Google Maps app for the iPhone is under scrutiny by European privacy watchdogs. The app is set to share user location information by default, which violates European data protection law. The law states the information is regarded as personal data and must remain anonymous.

    The popular Google Maps app for the iPhone is under scrutiny by European privacy watchdogs. The app is set to share user location information by default, which violates European data protection law. The law states the information is regarded as personal data and must remain anonymous. 

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