Chinese apps linked to ‘spyware’ downloaded 4.1m times in UK…

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Apps made by a Chinese company which has been accused of spreading “spyware” have been downloaded more than 4.1 million times by people in the UK.

New research by app data company Sensor Tower has found that apps published by QuVideo have been downloaded by millions of Britons despite security concerns about the apps which first emerged in May.

QuVideo has developed a series of apps including video editing services VivaVideo and VivaCut as well as social network VidStatus and slideshow app SlidePlus.

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