|February 11, 2021|
|Big Tech Update|
|Facebook and Apple are in a feud and it’s over your privacy. |
Apple is releasing a new update of iOS for iPhone soon and it includes a new privacy change that users will need to be aware of. With the new update, users will be prompted to give apps permission to track their activity across the internet and other apps. If users decline, the app seeking the permission will be shut out from that information.
That seems like a great privacy change, but social media giant Facebook isn’t a fan of it at all. Facebook is feuding with Apple over the new update and wants the privacy change to be omitted before the new iOS update is released. What has Facebook so upset about this change and is Apple listening to their concerns?
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