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  1. Here is a similar story

    Monday popular online music streaming service Pandora Media Inc said it received a subpoena in early 2011 relating to a federal grand-jury investigation into the possible illegal collection and transmission of private data by mobile applications. Pandora made the disclosure during an updated Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing of its plans for an initial public stock offering.

    According to Pandora, the Oakland, California-based company isn't specifically targeted in the investigation. Rather, federal prosecutors have issued subpoenas "on an industry-wide basis to the publishers of numerous other smartphone applications." The criminal investigation is looking into whether app developers like Pandora are fully disclosing the types of data collected and why the data is actually needed.

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