Wednesday February 15, 2012

Congress Sends Letter to Apple Questioning Developer Data Access

Dear Apple, your friends in Washington D.C. want you to answer a few questions. Why don't you have a seat right over there. eek!

House Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman and Commerce Manufacturing and Trade Subcommittee Chair G.K. Butterfield sent a letter to Apple on Wednesday, following complaints that the smartphone application Path was collecting address book data and storing it on remote servers without permission.