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Apple ups its transparency game to avoid a Facebook-like scandal

29/03/2018

Facebook is having a bad time after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and concerns over data privacy have entered public consciousness more than ever. Now, Apple is adding a feature to its devices to assure users it won’t use data without their permission. More specifically, it’ll try to do so transparently, rather...
Facebook is having a bad time after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and concerns over data privacy have entered public consciousness more than ever. Now, Apple is adding a feature to its devices to assure users it won’t use data without their permission. More specifically, it’ll try to do so transparently, rather than catching users off guard or sneaking details inthe  Terms of Service than nobody actually reads. iOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.5 include a new privacy icon that will show up any time “an Apple feature asks to use your personal information.” The icon, which looks like two blue people… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple,Facebook Facebook is having a bad time after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and concerns over data privacy have entered public consciousness more than ever. Now, Apple is adding a feature to its devices to assure users it won’t use data without their permission. More specifically, it’ll try to do so transparently, rather than catching users off guard or sneaking details inthe  Terms of Service than nobody actually reads. iOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.5 include a new privacy icon that will show up any time “an Apple feature asks to use your personal information.” The icon, which looks like two blue people… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple,Facebook
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