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iOS 13 privacy focus has seen background location tracking fall 68%

[2020-01-24 12:04:49]

Apple’s decision to be much more proactive in alerting users to background location tracking in iOS 13 has resulted in a 68% drop in the location data collected by apps. The issue has also seen greater media attention, with many people now learning about the existence of commercial location-tracking databases. iOS has long offered users control over whether and when an app can track your location, but iOS 13 introduced two changes which have made users much more aware of the issue … The post iOS 13 privacy focus has seen background location tracking fall 68% appeared first on 9to5Mac.

iOS 13 privacy focus has seen background location tracking fall 68%


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