Tech Updates - February 3, 2014

Rovio App Angry Birds have been leaking personal data to the NSA.

According to him the NSA and Britain’s GCHQ had been able to snatch informations over an entertainer of smartphone apps across the world.The Rovio App Angry Birds¬†game franchise is including among of them.its included Facebook,Twitter and Google Map also.These apps are called ‘leaky’ apps by reporters.These apps use photo sharing,Geo-tagging,sharing of location and a host of other acknowledgment.
Titled ‘Rovio does not provide end user data to government surveillance agencies’ published Tuesday on its site.Rovio spoken it does not “share data,collaborate or collude with any government spy agencies such as NSA or GCHQ anywhere in the world.”
However,the company enthusisasmly did equip a desirable plan in which, its apps,including other ad-enabled applications.If advertising networks was themselves were involved in spying ,could be used for vigilance by agencies.It told “The alleged surveillance may be conducted through third party advertising networks used by millions of commercial web sites and mobile applications across all industries. if advertising networks are indeed targeted,it would appear that no Internet-enabled device that visits ad-enabled web sites or uses ad-enabled device that visits ad-enabled web sites or uses ad-enabled applications is immune to such surveillance. Rovio does not allow any third party network to use or hand over personal end-user data from Rovio’s apps.”