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It seems that Palm might not be the cheeky, lovable company it’s made out to be as a user recently took the look at some of the underlying code found in webOS and came up with some not so lovable information: Palm is watching you.
That’s right, code found in webOS reveals that the Pre sends the following data back to Palm at least once daily:
* Which apps you’ve used and for how long
* App crash logs
* Installed apps
Now it’s fine that they check what apps are being used and such considering it will help them further debug webOS, but do they really need to know our location each and every day? Frightening, I know. Then again, the chances of Palm using this information to incriminate you in anyway is slim to none, so in the end, you probably have nothing to worry about.
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