Rovio Denies Sharing Data With The NSA Through ‘Angry Birds’
Yesterday, a New York Times report suggested that popular gaming app Angry Birds may be one of the many ways that organizations like the National Security Agency are able to obtain user data. Now developer Rovio has vehemently denied the idea, saying that we do not collaborate, collude, or share data with spy agencies anywhere in the world. Spies could be lurking in the background to snatch data transfered to advertisers while people play.
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