« Over the course of the past week, a firestorm has erupted in the world of iOS apps, thanks to the discovery that Path was uploading data from your iPhone’s address book without asking for explicit permission. Upon opening the app and registering, Path automatically uploaded your contact data in order to « find friends » that you might want to connect to. Path has since apologized and updated its app, but the problem exposed by the episode remains ». (via iOS apps and the address book: who has your data, and how they’re getting it | The Verge)