The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights nonprofit, is siding with Apple in Facebook's latest attack against the company's privacy protections.
After Facebook criticized Apple's new privacy policies in the App Store, Apple has responded saying that the company is "standing up for our users."
Apple's new privacy labels are now live, giving users more information on how their data is collected.
According to Apple and Google, X-Mode Social Inc. was collecting location data from apps and selling it to contractors of the United States military.
The senior vice president of software engineering reiterated Apple's focus on privacy as a key principle of what the company stands for.
As the world wakes up about how important our personal data is, Apple is already leading the march to protect it.
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