Apple’s new app-data-tracking interface reveals an important problem: that understanding and managing data privacy is still not user friendly.
Mixed into this week’s shiny news from Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is an important data privacy update—a new Apple feature that reveals to consumers what personal data their apps are tracking. Though the feature is limited because it is self-reported by app developers, Apple is right to design an interface that makes data tracking easy to understand.
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