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Google and Facebook have access to internal iOS apps restored by Apple following certificate spat

February 1, 2019

Via: TechSpot

The saga began earlier this week when Facebook was discovered to be paying people as young as thirteen $20 for total access to their phones. The market research app was distributed outside of the App Store using Apple’s Enterprise Certificate policy, a certificate program primarily designed to allow employers root access to employees’ phones.

But Facebook wasn’t the only one engaging in such practices. It was later revealed that Google was also breaking Apple’s rules by using the same method to distribute its own data-collection app, called ‘Screenwise Meter.’

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