|Recently, the Apple company has laynched their new privacy policies to public / Photo by: Anton_Ivanov via Shutterstock|
Apple has revealed their new stance on privacy and the method it handles large amounts of user data, according to an article on bgr.com. Tim Cook, the company’s CEO and one of the most pro-privacy people in the business, has made this a centerpiece of what Apple stands for.
TechCrunch noted that “Apple has already taken a stance on apps it finds questionable, like Facebook’s data-sucking VPNapp Onavo, which it kicked out of the App Store earlier this month. The app had been live for years, however, and its App Store text did disclose the data it collected was shared with Facebook. The fact that Apple only booted it now seems to indicate it will take a tougher stance on apps which are designed to collect user data as one of their primary functions going forward.”