DJI's efforts to improve drone security go well beyond offering bug bounties and requiring updates. The company has rolled out updates to its Go and Go 4 mobile apps in order to pull add-ons that collect too much of your data. The main culprit is JPush, a third-party extension DJI implemented to send notifications when you finish uploading videos to the SkyPixel sharing service. It's supposed to help you move on to other tasks while your video goes to the cloud, but DJI has learned that it's collecting unnecessary info without asking, including the list of apps installed on Android devices. The company says it doesn't approve of this practice any more than you do, and it's creating its own status system as a replacement.