Apple Updates its Privacy Website For the Fourth Consecutive Year
Updating the privacy pages of its website for the fourth consecutive year, Apple has also published several technical whitepapers for the first time this year, detailing how some of its most popular technologies work (via TechCrunch). The company says its privacy pages are the most visited part of its entire website.
So far, Apple has released whitepapers on Safari, Photos, Location Services, and Sign In With Apple, all of which have undergone privacy enhancements this year.
Similar to previous years, Apple’s updated privacy pages now include all of the new privacy and security features introduced in its latest iOS and macOS updates, including Safari anti-tracking, location awareness, and contact notes protections:
“Privacy is built in from the beginning. Our products and features include innovative privacy technologies and techniques designed to minimize how much of your data we — or anyone else — can access. And powerful security features help prevent anyone except you from being able to access your information. We are constantly working on new ways to keep your personal information safe.”
You can read all the latest whitepapers directly on Apple’s website here.