Apple's iOS 14 was supposed to bring a new privacy feature that meant apps must ask permission to track you. But after Facebook and more kicked up a fuss, that might not be happening.
Apple's latest ad takes the opportunity to remind everyone that Apple is down for keeping your data private.
In a 4-3 decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Fifth Amendment did not protect this particular defendant.
'Privacy now is like security in the days of Windows XP. No one cared about it until everyone cared about it.'
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