Imagine this: You have an iPhone, iPad and Mac computer. You use all three devices mostly for personal home use, but you also receive work e-mail on them. Medical records, tax returns, and other confidential information goes on these devices. They all sync amongst themselves and you’ve just started using Apple’s new server farm, iCloud.
Is Apple Changing Its Story on User Tracking?
Two weeks ago, Apple and Google were called to answer growing concerns over privacy practices before Senate lawmakers. Today, executives from both companies responded to questions in a Senate hearing, but did little to alleviate our fears of user tracking.
The tracking of smartphones and their users’ activities is a scary thought. We know that…