After Foursquare cut off access on Saturday to the charming "Girls Around Me" app that made it possible to view the location of women on a map and their publicly available Facebook data and pictures, app's Russian developer, i-Free Innovations, issued a statement defending its right to streamline predatory stalking. According to the Wall Street Journal, i-Free averred that it is "unethical to pick a scapegoat to talk about the privacy concerns. We see this wave of negativ[ity] as a serious misunderstanding of the apps' goals, purpose, abilities and restrictions."
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