Apple fans love their iPhones and iPads and, at least according to a pair of privacy advocates in Washington, are being strong-armed into giving away too much of their personal information in order to use the popular gadgets.
Two self-styled privacy hawks in Congress have turned their attention toward Apple, asking the company for answers about how it is collecting and using information about its users' geographical location.
That didn't sit well with Markey and Barton, who sent the letter to Jobs in response to a report in the L.A. Times highlighting Apple's policy change.
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