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Apple quietly rolled out a new set of rules for developers last week, adding restrictions for apps that suck up the address books of iPhone users, Bloomberg reports. Developers could, for example, sell the databases filled with your friends’ contact information to boost their bottom lines. Instagram or Snapchat may ask for your address book so they can suggest your contacts as connections on their platforms.

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