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Apple Tracks You Even With Its Own Privacy Protections on, Study Says (gizmodo.com)

An independent test suggests Apple collects data about you and your phone when its own settings promise to “disable the sharing of Device Analytics altogether.”

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Doc John
Doc John
2 months ago

All over

Plywood
Plywood
2 months ago

Who actually trusts these companies when they say they’re keeping everything private?! 😂

Evalusk
Evalusk
2 months ago
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crisspf2000
crisspf2000
2 months ago

This isn’t really much of a surprise. It’t laughable that there might be some to think that they are ethical

myalargo
myalargo
2 months ago

I freaked when I found out that YouTube knew my exact address, even after I turned off all of my location stuff on the alphabet ie Google. crazy

matt
matt
2 months ago

Of course, heck, almost 10 years ago i knew whatever privacy or tracking settings i disabled, theres no way to tell other than it just saying disabled and maybe showing a notification, thats its actually disabled

V4Vendetta
V4Vendetta
2 months ago

linux is the answer you seek

Beebs
Beebs
2 months ago

And people pay a lot of money to buy their insanely pricy products. Even use biometric data to unlock the phone.