Google confirms it again removed alleged spying tool ToTok from Google Play

In December, The New York Times reported an app ToTok was actually a spying tool used by the government of the United Arab Emirates to track users’ conversations, location and social connections.

The app was removed from the Google Play store in December, while Google investigated, then reinstated in early January. Google now confirms the app has again been removed

According to The NYT’s original report the app had been used to track its users’ “every conversation, movement, relationship, appointment, sound, and image.” in Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa & North America

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