Apple had recently ousted the Onavo app for flouting its privacy rules and with this new rule, it seems to be more steps towards ensuring better user privacy. Justifiably so, considering the horrible year we’ve had with all the cybersecurity issues and data breaches. It is finally time there are some rules laid down to protect the user’s privacy and the world’s best companies can start by leading the way just like Apple.
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