“Pandora Media said Monday that it was served with a subpoena for a grand jury probe looking into how information is shared in smartphone apps on Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android,” Larry Dignan reports for ZDNet.
Dignan reports, “The probe, detailed in Pandora’s latest IPO filing, reads: ‘In early 2011, we were served with a subpoena to produce documents in connection with a federal grand jury, which we believe was convened to investigate the information sharing processes of certain popular applications that run on the Apple and Android mobile platforms…'”
“Pandora wasn’t the target of the probe, but other subpoenas have also been issued,” Dignan reports.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]