Apple improves its privacy mechanisms

The company announced that it will have more commitment to user privacy through new services

Apple expands its commitment to privacy through new features that put users in control of their data, such as transparency in app tracking and privacy sheets, as the company announced to coincide with the Day of the Data Protection, which is celebrated on January 28.

Likewise, to raise awareness about the importance of data protection, the American company has created the short film A Day in the Life of an Average Person’s Data, with the collaboration of Nick Mohammed, actor in the Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso, and will offer free workshops in their stores to teach users how to protect their personal information.

This new 30-minute session will be available in Apple Stores around the world and will help Apple users learn more about features such as “Mail Privacy Protection“, “Security Check“, location services and access keys. In it, attendees will learn how to customize these features based on their privacy preferences.

“We created ‘Today at Apple’ to spark our customers’ creativity and help them get the most out of Apple products and their features”, said Tracey Hannelly, Apple’s senior director of Marketing and Business Initiatives, who recalls Apple’s history. as a “privacy leader”.

K. Tovar

Source: El Economista

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