Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

AirTag can be used for stalking very easily despite Apple’s efforts to avoid this. Here’s a look into why this is happening.

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Apple has confirmed ‘Allow Apps to Request to Tack’ option in iOS 14.5 might be grayed out for some, and here’s why.

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iOS 14.5 App Tracking Transparency feature has been explained in a new Apple video, while Craig Federighi has been found discussing ATT in an interview. Here are the details.

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Zuckerberg is now saying that Facebook will in fact be in a stronger position than before, thanks to Apple’s privacy push. Here are all the details.

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iOS 14 app tracking privacy prompt is now beginning to appear on iPhone and iPad. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Apple and Google have told developers to remove X-Mode Social tracking code from their apps. Here are all the details.

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Apple has delayed a much vaunted privacy feature that was due to be part of iOS 14. In its initial form iOS 14 would have required developers to ask a user’s permission before it tracked them from app to app. But Apple has delayed that feature and it won’t be part of iOS 14 in its initial form.

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Apple’s new privacy-focused iPhone ad points out the downsides of over sharing. You can check out the complete video ad right here.

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iOS 14 exposes how apps like TikTok and more are constantly accessing users’ clipboard. Here is everything you need to know.

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Law enforcement agencies cannot even look at your Phone’s lock screen without a warrant, a judge has ruled. Here’s everything you need to know.

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There’s a new 0-Day exploit for iOS Mail app but Apple already has a fix coming for it. Here’s everything you need to know.

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iOS 14 will reportedly add new 1Password-like features to iCloud Keychain. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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