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Apple’s New Privacy Policy Takes On Google And Facebook

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Apple's New Privacy Policy Takes On Google And Facebook

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Apple’s New Privacy Policy Takes On Google And Facebook

Online privacy is a human right and Apple is increasing the amount of information Google and Facebook get from users on Apple devices.

As the number of breaches increases, and as people become more aware about just how much data companies such as Google and Facebook collect, privacy is now an important differentiator. Apple just updated their privacy site.

Many security and privacy features have already been added in iOS 13, which could be seen as a direct blow to Apple’s rivals Google and Facebook

As Apple says, “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone”

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Apple’s New Privacy Policy Takes On Google And Facebook

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