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Researcher shows CarrierIQ taking more data than claimed

11/29, 6:25pm

Video shows CarrierIQ, Sprint lied about data

The latest update in the CarrierIQ data collection controversy and the related privacy issues has brought apparent video confirmation. shared by Geek and made by security researcher Trevor Eckhart, the video (below) shows a LogCat proving that the CarrierIQ name is not mentioned anywhere in the startup code. The handset used is a stock HTC Evo 3D, and there is no way to shut down the app as it's not visible.

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