Came across this today. Seems that this social media company has been downloading their user's entire address books to their servers without asking the user's permission, and the CEO of this company admitted this was the case. http://9to5mac.com/2012/02/07/fyi-path-uploads-your-iphones-entire-address-book-to-their-servers/ According to Apple's T&C's: Now, how was Path able to download people's entire address book to their servers if Apple were enforcing these conditions? We realize that apps like Whatsapp use your address book and phone number to function the way they are supposed to, but apps like Path never mention they will keep your address book on their servers. If Apple is doing their job vetting these apps, why would they let an app get away with downloading address book information to their servers without consent since Nov 15th, 2010 when the app was introduced?