Yesterday, Jay-Z released his twelfth studio album Magna Carta Holy Grail exclusively to the first 1 million downloaders of a $5 mobile app available on Samsung's Galaxy phones. However, the app's terms of service have not been been sitting well with fans. On Tuesday, rapper Killer Mike tweeted a screenshot (shown above) of the app's permissions, which shows a long list of requests to access the downloader's GPS location and to keep the phone from going into sleep mode. Is a free Jay-Z record worth handing over your phone's intimate details?
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