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TechCrunch reports that mobile consumer-grade stalkerware apps Highster and PhoneSpector have seemingly ended operations following a settlement between Patrick Hinchy, whose tech firm consortium was behind both apps, and the New York Attorney General last February that involved the payment of $410,000 in fines to resolve charges of aggressive spyware promotions in New York state.

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