U.S. government wants Apple, Google to hand over data of purchasers of Obsidian 4 app

U.S. government wants Apple, Google to hand over data of purchasers of Obsidian 4 app

The U.S. government wants Apple and Google to hand over names, phone numbers and other identifying data of at least 10,000 users of a single gun scope app, reports Forbes. With Apple’s previous stances on privacy, it will be interesting to see how the tech giant responds. 

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App Association criticizes Supreme Court decision in ‘Apple v. Pepper’ case

App Association criticizes Supreme Court decision in ‘Apple v. Pepper’ case

Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court refused to undo a proposed class action dubbed “Apple v. Pepper” accusing Apple of monopolizing the iPhone app market, upholding a Ninth Circuit decision reviving the antitrust suit brought by consumers. Today the App Association is criticizing the ruling. 

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Apple to developers: remove screen recording code in apps or else tell users it’s there

Apple to developers: remove screen recording code in apps or else tell users it’s there

TechCrunch has reported that major companies such as Air Canada, Hollister, and Expedia are are recording every tap and swipe you make on their iPhone apps with asking for permission or you even realizing it. Apple says that ain’t gonna fly and has released the following statement to TechCrunch

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