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Apple Says iPhones Do Not Listen In On Users

[2018-08-08 18:58:27]

Apple told lawmakers in the U.S. this week that its iPhone isn’t listening in on users without their permission, and that it doesn’t let third-party app developers listen in on customers’ calls. According to a report in CNBC, Representatives Greg Walden, Marsha Blackburn, Gregg Harper and Robert Latta sent a letter to Apple’s Chief Executive Tim ...

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