Popular Flashlight App Sharing Location Data With Third Parties ➝

Chris Morran writing for Consumerist:

And though the app’s permissions screen does say give it the ability to access the device’s precise location (when GPS is turned on) or approximate location (over the wireless network), the FTC alleges that nothing in the company’s privacy policy or End User License Agreement (EULA) made it clear that this information was being shared with third parties.

You can’t even launch a flashlight app without your privacy being violated. Android.