What you need to know
- Apple's Craig Federighi says the company wants others to copy the privacy labels it recently added to the App Store.
Apple recently rolled out the App Store privacy labels that it spoke about during WWDC 20 and senior vice president of software engineering, Craig Federighi, says others are welcome to follow suit.
In an interview with Fast Company, Federighi said that the project was the "start of something really ambitious" and went on to say that the new labels are "critical" in a modern world.
Apple wants everyone to benefit from this approach and Federighi even said that others are welcome to copy Apple's work.
Apple rolled the new privacy labelshttps://www.imore.com/apples-new-privacy-page-goes-live-alongside-new-app-store-nutrition-labels out across its App Stores yesterday alongside an updated Privacy page on its website.
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