- Facebook took full-page ads in major newspapers for two days in a row, accusing Apple that it’s hurting the free internet and that Apple’s privacy-enhancing features will make it more difficult for companies to use personalized ads.
- Apple introduced privacy labels in iOS 14.3, informing users about the personal data that an app can collect and track.
- Facebook is one of the companies that collect plenty of user data, making money off that data via highly personalized ads. Facebook has been involved in numerous scandals involving user data so far.
For the second day in a row, Facebook took full-page ads against Apple in several top newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. The iPhone maker has just rolled out its new privacy features that show users what sort of personal data other apps collect from phones. Developers will have to … Read the rest...