Apple lives by its own privacy rules

One of the defensive arguments raised to protest Apple’s decision that developers place what it calls privacy labels alongside their apps has been that the company itself doesn’t apply the same rules to itself.

Apple lives by its own (privacy) rules

Apple has always said it intends to follow the same rules it imposes on developers and has now made privacy labels available for all of its apps, including its system utilities and the App Store itself. “Our privacy labels are designed to help you understand how apps handle your data, including apps we develop at Apple,” the company states on a page where it published the information.

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Source:: Computerworld