Oracle claims Google exfiltrates 1GB of data from Android phones every month

Nicholas Fearn
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Oracle claims Google exfiltrates 1GB of data from Android phones every month

Oracle gives evidence to Australian Competition and Consumer Commission investigation into Google

Google has been accused by software giant Oracle of exfiltrating up 1GB of data from Android phones every month without the explicit consent of users. The claims were made by Oracle as part of evidence...

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