Spy Agencies Look To Cull Data From 'Angry Birds'

Law360, New York (January 27, 2014, 7:20 PM EST) -- The National Security Agency and its U.K. counterpart have been working on ways to exploit smartphone users' personal information that may be contained in or transmitted through apps like the "Angry Birds" game, according to Monday news reports.

So-called leaky apps have proved an enticing target for the NSA and the U.K. Government Communications Headquarters, according to the New York Times and the Guardian, which said they obtained previously confidential documents detailing the efforts from Edward Snowden. Information that may be at risk to users includes...
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