August 26, 2018, 07:43
The application has been removed from the Apple Store because it violated their security policy and also collected sensitive information.
Apple eliminated the Onavo application on Saturday, a platform that was acquired by Facebook in 2013 and that explicitly serves to reduce data usage. Apple's company argued that the app had been removed because it collected information about other applications that the user installed on your device.
The closure of Onavo still leaves a blow on Facebook that has recently been in the eye of the hurricane after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which ended with the data leaks of millions of users.
According to the AFP news agency, Onavo published in its description that the platform collects data from the user's device to control the use of data in the background. The & # 39; app & # 39; has been downloaded more than 33 million times in both iOS and Android.
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