Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

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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Google has confirmed that it had sent private videos of Google Photos users to strangers using the Google Takeout service. Here is what you need to know about this alarming news!

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There’s a lot of attention on iPhone encryption right now, and that’s not going to change any time soon, by the looks of things. One of the bits of kit that is often used by law enforcement when they need to gain access to a phone has been shown off by Scottish Police.

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