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Apple cracks down on apps that record user screens, threatens removal from the App Store

[2019-02-07 21:53:32]

Yesterday, a report detailed how certain apps used session replay frameworks to monitor user interactions. Now, Apple is cracking down that practice, saying apps must remove such code or face being kicked out of the App Store. The post Apple cracks down on apps that record user screens, threatens removal from the App Store appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple cracks down on apps that record user screens, threatens removal from the App Store


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