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Path apologizes for mistake, erases info gathered from users

Written on February 12, 2012 by R. Depp

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Path CEO Dave Morin has issued a public apology over its app’s privacy gaffe. The company has worked on a fix, and also declared that they have deleted all the data they acquired without authorization.

Moving to pacify Path’s outraged users, company CEO Dave Morin quickly issued an apology in a blog post last Wednesday.

“We are deeply sorry if you were uncomfortable with how our application used your phone contacts,” Morin stated in the post titled “We are sorry.”

And just as important, Morin further announced that they have deleted all the data that their app gathered from its users’ contact list, which included full names and e-mail addresses.

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