I downloaded this application (World Clock & Widget) from the Play Store, it did not require any special permissions... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tm.app.worldClock&hl=en When I opened the app, there was a "License agreement" pop-up, that read in part "When you click on advertisments delivered on this SOFTWARE PRODUCT, you will typically be directed to a third party's web page and we may pass on certain of your information to the third parties operating or hosting these pages, including your email address, phone number, and a list of the apps on your device." I'm curious, if the app had no special permissions, could it still read and collect the information that's stated? I kind of believe that this license agreement may be an outdated agreement for an earlier version that required the permissions, or that they copied the agreement elsewhere (since it generically states "THIS SOFTWARE") to this app....but I'm not certain. Could any one with some insight on Android app permissions comment on this? Is this something to be worried about? What should the average Android user like me be aware of, with policies like this?