It should come as no surprise that most mobile apps run some sort of analytics on user behaviour. But in the case of Facebook, the social network’s Messenger app for iOS apparently tracks quite a bit more than most users likely realize.

 

iOS forensics and security researcher Jonathan Zdziarski spent Tuesday morning disassembling Facebook Messenger’s iOS binary, at one point declaring via Twitterthat “Messenger appears to have more spyware type code in it than I’ve seen in products intended specifically for enterprise surveillance.”

You can read the rest at: Facebook’s Messenger App is Tracking a Lot More of your Data Than You Think

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