Recent versions of a third-party Web browser reportedly have been found to have a privacy flaw, reports Ars Technica. The Android Police blog has reported that a breach of privacy occurs when every URL loaded in Dolphin HD is relayed as plain text to a remote server, the report states. Dolphin HD has released a statement explaining that when the URL is relayed, data is not collected or retained and says it has updated the browser to disable the feature and that it will be opt-in in the future.
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