Pandora announced last week that it’s been asked by a federal grand jury to provide details of what user data it pulls from handsets, for its own use but also for sharing with advertisers. Now security company Veracode has done some analysis of the app, and claims that among the data being pulled are users’ birthdays, gender and postal codes, as well as their Android ID

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