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Macintosh Security: Apple's New Privacy Pages: Your Reading Assignment!
In this day and age, when the western world is being increasingly China-fied and Russia-fied, IOW devolving into totalitarian surveillance states, it's wonderful to watch Apple resist and insist upon user privacy. Good on 'em!
It used to be that Apple merely provided semi-annual transparency reports, annual white papers on Apple gear security and some diffuse documents about securing, hardening our Apple devices. Now, everything has been gathered into one area on their website for easy access along with elaborations no doubt inspired by EU's GDPR, General Data Protection Regulations.
Where to start:
Privacy - Apple
Our Approach to Privacy
Manage Your Privacy
Transparency Report
Our Privacy Policy
apple  data  privacy  GDPR 
52 minutes ago by rgl7194
Apple’s full Data & Privacy Portal now available in U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand | iLounge News
Apple’s full Data and Privacy Portal is now available in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, MacRumors has discovered. While the data download option is being gradually rolled out, soon all Apple users in those countries will be able to download a complete copy of the data that Apple has associated with their Apple ID, including not only the standard information such as calendars, reminders, photos, and iCloud documents, but also purchase history, Game Center activity, AppleCare support history, app usage history, and more. The expanded version of the Data and Privacy Portal, which previously only allowed users to correct their data or delete their account, launched earlier this year in the European Union in order to comply with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), although Apple said at the time that it would eventually be rolling out the feature worldwide. While Apple has allowed customers to manually request this data for some time, the new portal streamlines the process considerably.
apple  data  privacy  GDPR 
53 minutes ago by rgl7194
How to use Apple's data and privacy portal | iMore
Apple has launched a new Data and Privacy portal that lets you request changes to the data you've shared with the company. It also lets you delete your Apple ID and associated data. Here's how to use it!
With GDPR underway, you've probably already received a number of emails alerting you to privacy policy updates, new terms and conditions, and GDPR compliance from many of the sites and services you use online. Apple has joined the party with the launch of its new Data and Privacy portal. You can use the site to correct any erroneous personal information stored by Apple and delete your Apple ID along with its associated data.
How to use Apple's data and privacy portal
How to correct your data using Apple's data and privacy portal
How to delete your account using Apple's data and privacy portal
How to request a copy of your data using Apple's data and privacy portal
You can learn more about how Apple protects your data and your privacy here:
apple  data  privacy  GDPR 
53 minutes ago by rgl7194
Apple's updated privacy site and why it matters | iMore
Apple has expanded its privacy website, diving deeper and detailing even more broadly how the company's relentless belief in privacy and security defines every one of its products and services.
Tim Cook will be delivering the keynote speech at this year's International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, on Wednesday 24 October 2018. It's significant because Apple, as a matter of company policy, believes privacy is a fundamental human right. From Tim Cook at the very top to engineers on the front line, this belief permeates Apple and drives the company's product development process every bit as much as the technology itself. As much as Apple is designing for experience and for accessibility, the company is also designing for security and privacy.
Apple's belief in privacy is made manifest again today with the launch of an updated version of
apple  data  privacy  GDPR 
54 minutes ago by rgl7194
Facebook Portal’s claims to protect user privacy are falling apart - The Verge
The conclusion is inescapable, and would seemingly bode ill for Facebook’s home hardware line: Even when the company appears to be going out of its way to collect less data about you than usual, making a show of how the device is “private by design,” its own spokespeople can still struggle to articulate exactly what they are collecting, and how it might be used.
Incidentally, at least with respect to Portal’s use of Messenger infrastructure, I’m willing to bet the Portal team didn’t even know until recently that call data could be used to target ads at Facebook users. It’s entirely possible that the contours of the company’s data-collection operation are broader than most employees can even keep in their heads at any given time.
All of which might give you some pause before you pre-order your Portal.
facebook  hardware  targeting  fail  privacy 
1 hour ago by dancall
The Breach That Killed Google+ Wasn't a Breach At All - Slashdot
The bigger problem for Google isn't the crime, but the cover-up. The vulnerability was fixed in March, but Google didn't come clean until seven months later when The Wall Street Journal got hold of some of the memos discussing the bug.
google  security  privacy 
6 hours ago by pankkake
Introducing AdGuard Home
Adguard가 광고차단 기능이 들어간 DNS 서버의 소스코드를 풀었다. Adguard DNS 서버를 이걸로 운영한다고 한다.
privacy  소프트웨어  recommended 
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