In some cases, InukaPageView data sent from the KaiOS app has incorrect page visible times.
One manifestation of this is extremely long times. In the past week's development data, there were 34 events with page open times greater than 3 days (all from KaiOS devices, so we know this is likely to affect real users). Theoretically at least, this could be correct if a user closes the app, and then reopens it later to show the same page days later.
However, 30 of these events report the exact same, extremely long time as their page visible time, implying that the page was never hidden. This is clearly incorrrect.
Another manifestation involves multiple events with the same pageview token that are separated by another event with a different pageview token (non-consecutive pageviews). This could be correct if it reflects a user viewing a page, navigating to another, and then using the back button to return the first page, but in any case, the first page had to have been hidden while the second page was viewed. But, among the 181 non-consecutive KaiOS pageview in our dataset, 88% had the same page visible and page open time. This is also clearly incorrect.