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WWDC: Get to know Apple’s 11+ new privacy tools

[2019-06-07 12:22:00]

Apple introduced an array of additional privacy protections at WWDC 2019. Many of these both offer protection and help us better understand how our privacy is undermined.Why does this matter? Apple CEO Tim Cook is passionate about the need to protect user privacy, and this is by no means a one-man mission.Speaking with Vector, Apple’s vice president of software technology, Bud Tribble, stressed the need to educate people into the needs and benefits of privacy, a topic he believes is much more widely discussed now than before.To read this article in full, please click here

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