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Apple's War For Privacy

Exploring Apple's growing efforts to defend privacy, not just as a question of better securing our data, but in stopping it from being collected in the first

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
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Apple's War For Privacy

Exploring Apple's growing efforts to defend privacy, not just as a question of better securing our data, but in stopping it from being collected in the first place.

It's more than rhetoric. It's not just a feature anymore. It's becoming its own service and it could make the whole web a better place for everyone - not just people who own iPhones.

Check out the Maciej Ceglowski article, "The New Wilderness":

https://idlewords.com/2019/06/the_new_wilderness.htm

Check out my article for the Australian Financial Review on the Sign in with Apple announcement at WWDC:

https://www.afr.com/technology/technology-companies/apple-takes-a-bite-out-of-facebook-and-google-s-surveillance-duopoly-20190607-p51vk5

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