Currently there is a lot of debate here in Norway about iPhone apps which are passing on personal information about iPhone owners and their movements, contact info etc to private companies. Here is something I found in English about the problem from the Wall Street Journal http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704694004576020083703574602.html If there are any App developers out there who could create an App that scans the Apps on an Iphone and could inform the user just what information the app is sending back to the company, that is one app I would pay good money for. One that is connected to a database of trusted and cowboy apps. Unfortunately since there is little protection from Apple against these rogue app developers who are abusing their position I have now deleted many apps from my phone and just use the few I need. This I feel is a real shame, but Big Brother is big enough already and I really don't want to share my details and all my phone contacts, information etc. with a bunch of sharks who would probably sell their own mother for a cheap app. Ideally Apple with all its rules and regulations SHOULD be protecting iPhone/IPad users against this breach of trust. After all it's in their interests. Disappointing is all I can say Apple.