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Apple Bans App That Sends Passwords To Developer

iPhone Password Lock Screen

Earlier this week we told you the top ten most common iPhone passwords that were determined by the developer of the Big Brother Camera Security app. Now Apple has removed it from the App Store because user passwords used to unlock the application’s own lock screen are sent to the app’s developer, Daniel Amitay. Amitay believed he could collect the user-entered passcodes because it was not personally identifiable information. Amitay hopes to work with Apple to get his app back into the App Store.

[via: TUAW]