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Android and iOS apps leak private data, but one is worse for the enterprise

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Report: Android and iOS apps both leak private data, but one is definitely worse for the enterprise

iOS apps are actually leaking more data than Android apps, with one important qualifier: The countries where the most leaks are happening.

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