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Rovio did not share data with any government spy agency

Wednesday 29 January 2014 | 09:35 CET | News
Mobile games developer Rovio Entertainment said it does share data nor collaborate with any government spy agencies such as NSA or GCHQ anywhere in the world. The company made the statement in response to media reports which stated the NSA used Angry Birds to collect end user data. The reports were based on information from documents leaked by Edward Snowden. Rovio said that the alleged surveillance may be conducted through third party advertising networks used by commercial web sites and mobile applications across all industries. The company added that if advertising networks are indeed

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