Over a dozen lawmakers, including Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, wrote to military and intelligence heads seeking answers on the collection of location data from Muslim-focused apps.
Predicio is linked to a supply chain of data involving Venntel, which sells location data to ICE. Google's move comes after a Motherboard investigation.
Five more apps, including Qibla Compass, which has over 5 million downloads, had a relationship with X-Mode according to technical tests.
X-Mode collected data from Muslim Pro and other apps.
The analysis comes as Congress wants to know how much white supremacy has penetrated the military.
Technologists are using scripts and tools to now pull noteworthy content from the huge Parler dataset.
Salaat First has more than ten million downloads and sold location data to Predicio, which is linked to a U.S. contractor which works with ICE.
The move comes after Motherboard’s investigation into how X-Mode gathered data from a hugely popular Muslim app.
The DEA cancelled its contract with Venntel, which obtains granular location data from ordinary apps and sells access to law enforcement agencies.
New documents show how Venntel, which sells some of its location data to ICE, CBP, and the FBI, obtains the information from ordinary apps.
Motherboard obtained IRS documents describing the sale of a database of smartphone movements.
Muslim Pro said it will no longer share data with X-Mode, whose customers include U.S. defense contractors.