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Apple’s privacy update slammed by Facebook

Apple’s privacy update slammed by Facebook

The privacy update for the iPhone has been slammed by Facebook via full-page newspaper advertisements. Facebook has claimed that small businesses will be threatened by the update. The changes are planned to be rolled out early next year to its iOS 14 software by Apple. With the update, users will be explicitly asked by app developers for permission to track their data.

Sandra
Sandra
America
America 1 months

If it's "slammed" by Facebook then it must be something actually supportable for the common man.

Montgomery
Montgomery 1 months

How can small businesses poasibly survive without their ability to secretly track my data? That is definately what keeps my grocer up at night

Trevelyn
Trevelyn 1 months

That is due to the fact Facebook does not ask permission .They just do it .Twitter Facebook and Google think they are gods and above the law.They think they can do whatever the hell they want to do .So far they have gotten away with this mentality unchecked .

Trevelyn
Trevelyn 1 months

Do not worry Facebook will find a way to violate your rights .

Fast Eddy
Fast Eddy 1 months

Pot, meet kettle.

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