Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram and other startups have been asked to reveal and explain their data collection habits.
Two US Congressmen have written to Apple and 33 publishers of social iPhone apps requesting details on how they gather, store and use data on their users, as the row over apps privacy rumbles on.
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