“Angry Birds” Used to Gather Personal Information Reportedly; Documents from Snowden Shows

Beware of those “Angry Birds” and other applications in your cell phones because they are allegedly used to gather personal information by spies. This was shown by documents from Snowden, reportedly.

According to a report by BBC, the NSA documents showed two agencies working together, the US and British agencies, to gather information from phone applications.

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The NSA and the British Intelligence Agency, however, insisted that their activities are authorized and do not go beyond valid targets, and everyday Americans.

So, next time you play “Angry Birds” or any of those applications in your mobile, know that someone maybe watching you.

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