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Apple boosts privacy protections more ‘do not track’ options

By France24
12 June 2021   |   2:00 pm
Apple has announced further privacy protection for users, after it introduced a 'do not track' option in third-party apps earlier this year. The changes include allowing users to see what information is being shared by apps, and stopping tracking via marketing email messages.

 

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