Angry Birds maker denies sharing data with spy agencies

www.usatoday.com Published: January 28, 2014
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Rovio Entertainment, the creators of Angry Birds, denies sharing user data following a report claiming spy agencies have been exploiting apps such as the company's hit mobile game to collect personal information on users, according to USA TODAY.



In a statement released Tuesday, Rovio says it does not share data nor work with agencies such as the NSA or Britain's Government Communications Headquarters.

"Our fans' trust is the most important thing for us and we take privacy extremely seriously," says Rovio CEO Mikael Hed in a statement. "We do not collaborate, collude, or share data with spy agencies anywhere in the world."

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