Google says sorry for pulling a Facebook with monitoring program

Apple breaks Google’s internal iOS apps for the same reason it broke Facebook’s apps

Apple declares war on enterprise customers

Facebook had its Apple enterprise certificates restored Thursday.

Facebook and Google have both been given a hefty warning shot by Apple after it was revealed that the two companies had been using internal security certificates to bypass restrictions on iOS applications in order to release data-gathering apps that would otherwise be banned. They asked not to be identified discussing private matters. Facebook secretly was planning to pay off some users who are extremely young, i.e., 13 years of age. When this was reported earlier this week by TechCrunch, both companies stopped the activity.

Business Insider obtained a leaked memo from Facebook executive Pedro Canahuati, which offers more detail on Apple's power over the social media giant.

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The program is intended for enterprise customers to test and deploy iOS apps among employees without using the iOS App Store.

No public versions of the apps are affected. Instead, it was using the certification - which should only be used to create employee apps - to quietly make a consumer-accessible app, which circumvents Apple's standard review process.

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"We are working together with Google to help them reinstate their enterprise certificates very quickly", Apple said in a statement Thursday. This means that the app can now take full advantage of the larger screens, and show more content. "Any developer using their enterprise certificates to distribute apps to consumers will have their certificates revoked, which is what we did in this case to protect our users and their data".

Apple CEO Tim Cook has been teasing a privacy standoff with the internet giants. A Facebook spokesperson said in a statement that the shut down didn't affect their consumer-facing services.

She added that fewer than 5 percent of users in the research program were teenagers and that all had obtained signed parental consent forms. While Facebook's certificate was revoked only until yesterday, Google has admitted it has been gathering data much in the same way Facebook has, but through its Screenwise Meter app. And, unlike Facebook - which stripped its name off Research VPN following the similarly snoopy Onavo VPN getting pushed out of the App Store - Google's clear about its involvement. The user who initiated the thread says that they were able to fix their connectivity issues by rolling back the date to the 29th, but another user says that this didn't do anything, and that rolling any further back "results in an endlessly spinning loading logo".

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