Apple ha rimosso dall’App Store Onavo, la VPN di Facebook. (Senti come già suona un controsenso, questa frase: VPN di Facebook?)

Onavo, a free VPN, promised to “keep you and your data safe when you browse and share information on the web,” but the app’s real purpose was tracking user activity across multiple different apps to learn insights about how Facebook customers use third-party apps.

Whenever a person using Onavo opens up an app or website, traffic is redirected to Facebook’s servers, which log the action in a database to allow Facebook to draw conclusions about app usage from aggregated data. [link]