Muslim Pro denies reports of users’ personal data being sold to US military

Muslim Pro said it has terminated all relationships with data partners. — DARRAN TAN/The Star

Muslim Pro, an app designed to provide prayer times and other religious content, has denied media reports that the company is selling its users’ personal data to the US military.

In a statement, Muslim Pro described the allegations as “incorrect and untrue”.

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