Apple Pulls More Than 250 Apps For Gathering User Data
Apple's App Store review process has been foiled again — this time by a third party advertising SDK that was created in China.By Leah Becerra | October 19, 2015
On Sunday, SourceDNA published a blog post claiming, "Hundreds of apps in the App Store that extract personally identifiable user information ... successfully [bypassed] the app review process."
OK — this part is actually a big deal because Apple is usually pretty strict when it comes to reviewing apps for iOS. And this is the second time this year apps have been published to the store that shouldn't have gone up at all. (Video via Apple)