Apple is removing apps that share your location data without consent

May 9, 2018 Rachel Kaser


Apple has recently started removing apps from the App Store for violating the Terms of Service — or, more specifically, the rule against sharing location data with third parties without the consent of the app users. According to 9to5Mac, several app developers have had their apps removed from the store, and are told “upon re-evaluation,” Apple found them in violation of its date privacy rules. Apple finally decided to start enforcing guidelines on selling location data via @jeromep1970 pic.twitter.com/YKAWfMBq35 — Thomasbcn (@Thomasbcn) May 7, 2018 According to the App Store Review Guidelines, the specific rules these apps are allegedly violating…

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