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Senators demand answers from Facebook, Google, and Apple over now-banned ‘research’ monitoring apps

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Republican and democratic senators are reaching across the aisle to demand answers from three U.S. tech behemoths.

U.S. senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), Edward J. Markey (D-MA), and Josh Hawley (R-MO) have sent three separate letters to Facebook, Google, and Apple looking for answers to their questions regarding the now-banned “research” apps.

In the letter to Facebook, the bipartisan group of senators demand information regarding the Project Atlas market research program. The program reportedly paid $20 a month to users as young as 13 to install the app. The app gave Facebook complete access to a user’s iOS or Android device in order to monitor their phone and internet usage. Read more...

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