Apple launches App Privacy Report tool beta

01/11/2021 | TechCrunch

Apple launched the beta version of its App Privacy Report, a tool that provides an in-depth look at what sensitive information requests are made daily by mobile applications. The report also tells iOS users where data collected about them is being shared and collect information on specific actions and behaviours of individual apps. In addition to tracking user data requests, the report also tracks location, photos, contacts, and more requests.

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