Apple has been in the news a lot lately regarding privacy, from the now-fixed Group FaceTime bug that allowed callers to eavesdrop on audio before the other person picked up to tussles with Facebook and Google. You’ve probably also noticed that you need to click through more privacy-related dialogs lately. In my latest Practical Mac column for The Seattle Times, I look at a couple of practical privacy measures employed on Macs and iOS devices.
Read the article here: Some new privacy features for Mac and iOS devices, and why they exist.
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