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Daily Dashboard | Secret App Banned in Brazil, But Loopholes Exist Related reading: What Equifax means for understanding the dangers of OSS

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Despite the fact that a Brazilian judge ruled the app Secret had to be removed from the app store “on the grounds the Brazilian Constitution vetoes anonymity and also states privacy is inviolable,” ZDNet reports it was still able to download the Secret app from Brazil using a UK iTunes account. The company behind the app has released a series of improvements to prevent the use of proper names, private information, certain feelings, keywords and images from being published. It was reported last week that researchers determined it was possible to identify Secret’s users with as little information as an email address.
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