Amazing, who would have thought playing a game would be leaky.
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A previously unknown National Security Agency surveillance program leaked by former contractor Edward Snowden reveals the agency collects large amounts of data from “leaky,” unsecured smartphone apps like Angry Birds, Google Maps, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and more.

The Guardian, ProPublica and New York Times report the NSA and its British counterpart the Government Communications Headquarters can tap communications network cables to pull information like phone identification codes, contacts, location, age, sex, political affiliation and even sexual orientation, forgoing the need to hack individual phones directly.