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Apple faces new privacy lawsuit for secretly collecting data from its users

In January alone, the complaint is the third of its kind against Apple. | Font: Photo by James Yarema on Unsplash

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Mansana He was sued for the fourth time for collecting data from his users through his own applications, despite the fact that the option is not activated.

Three of the four class action lawsuits were filed in January of this year, according to a report from contraption which warns about this issue.

What is Apple accused of?

According to research, applications Mansana such as the App Store, Apple Stocks, Apple Music, Apple News and iPhone Analytics collect very detailed user behavior data.

Since then, four lawsuits have been filed against the company. In November, one class action lawsuit was filed from California, and three others came in January this year from Pennsylvania, New York and California.

“As privacy concerns have grown, Mansana sought to position itself as a leader by promoting how its mobile devices allow users to control the information they share,” plaintiff Julia Cima said in the lawsuit. “Nevertheless, Mansana does not comply with user requests to restrict data exchange.”

Mansana He didn’t talk about it.

What is Apple collecting?

Mysk claims that the iPhone is capable of sending analytics data to Mansana from native iOS apps, and whether the user has granted or denied permissions.

Testing shows that everything you do on certain apps is public, not just what you type or touch, but even how much time you spend on certain pages and what ads and content.

On the App Store, for example, searching for and downloading certain apps can reveal anything from users’ sexual orientation to religion to sensitive health issues like addiction and substance abuse.

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