Jeffrey Paul, a data security consultant, posted on his blog about a privacy issue in Path’s iOS software that publishes location information, even if a user has disabled that feature. If the user has enabled his iPhone to share geo-location data, that info still shows up when a user he posts a photo and writes a comment. Other services, like Twitter, remove the information before the photo is shared. This comes on the heels of the FTC charging Path $800,000 today for previous privacy violations.
[Source: New York Times]