Downloading and using apps on your iPhone is so simple and easy, but you may not know what goes on behind the clouds.
Some apps may build digital profiles about you including your age, location information, browsing history, spending habits, and more.
Sometimes this can be a good thing, and sometimes you may not want your data tracked and potentially shared.
Apple is now empowering its users by giving them a choice of how their information will be handled, through one simple question: Allow app to track you, or not?
Me personally, I’m allowing Facebook to track me. Because, I’d rather see targeted ads about my unique niche interests (Blindfolded Scrimshaw Contests and 1920s Lithuanian Operas) when scrolling through my Facebook feed, rather than generic ads for Car Insurance, Weight Watchers, and McDonald’s.
Apple has created a new video to explain App Tracking Transparency…
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