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Submission + - When Google Sells Your Data, It Might Be Illegally Killing Your Phone's Battery

Jason Koebler writes: Personal information about you and your browsing, email, and app-using habits is regularly sent between apps on your Android phone, a potentially illegal practice that could be killing your battery life. A federal judge ruled that the claim, raised in a class action lawsuit against the company, "requires a heavily and inherently fact-bound inquiry."
That means that there's a good chance we're about to get a look into the ins and outs of Google's advertising backbone: what information is shared with who, and when.
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When Google Sells Your Data, It Might Be Illegally Killing Your Phone's Battery

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Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?

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