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Apple cracks down on iOS apps that record users’ screens

[2019-02-08 11:54:02]

Apple wants developers to be more transparent about the use of analytics code that lets them record how users interact with apps. Or else. Hammering home its commitment to user privacy, Apple has contacted the makers of several apps recently highlighted as gathering screen-recording analytics data without properly disclosing it — and it wasn’t just ...

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