Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Webinar Expert TeamWebinar Expert Team

Tech News

Arkansas AG lawsuit claims the number one mobile shopping app is ‘dangerous malware’

Colorful logo of Temu
Image: The Verge

Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin made sweeping claims against e-commerce app Temu in a lawsuit on Tuesday, accusing the company of violating state law against deceptive trade practices.

“Temu purports to be an online shopping platform, but it is dangerous malware, surreptitiously granting itself access to virtually all data on a user’s cell phone,” Griffin alleges.

Screenshot: App Store / Google Play

Temu on the App Store.

Temu is the number one free shopping app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store and is owned by PDD Holdings, which also runs a popular app called Pinduoduo. PDD was based in China until last year, when it moved its headquarters to Ireland. The lawsuit tees up its allegations…

Continue reading…

You May Also Like

Editor's Pick

In this StockCharts TV video, Mary Ellen recaps last week’s market activity and the factors influencing market movements. She highlights two names, PANW and ADSK,...

Editor's Pick

Colleen Hroncich and Jamie Buckland Educational freedom is expanding. Last week, Louisiana became the seventeenth state to enact education savings accounts (ESAs), which allow parents...

Editor's Pick

The markets consolidated throughout the past week; the week was a shortened one with Monday, June 17th being a holiday on account of Bakri...

Editor's Pick

In this edition of StockCharts TV‘s The Final Bar, Dave highlights technical analysis takeaways for NVDA, ENPH, PNR, GLD, and Bitcoin. He also breaks down the...