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iPhone Privacy

The iPhone privacy promised by Apple doesn’t always work, but the blame for breaches of privacy on the iPhone isn’t exclusively the fault of Apple. A case that illustrates this is the privacy attack by Google on the iPhone.

Back in the spring, Google was accused of bypassing Apple’s security wall in order to spy on iPhone users and build advertising profiles. This lead to recriminations against the search engine giant that it was sleazy and engaged in criminal activity. Many people questioned whether Google was also engaged in spying on Android users.

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‘Don’t I know you?’ Social media privacy experiment tricks The Drum Live delegates

'Don't I know you?' Social media privacy experiment tricks The Drum Live delegatesDelegates at The Drum Live on 9 July were duped into believing they had bumped into old friends as part of a live experiment exploring privacy in a digital w…

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