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Apple's claims about respecting privateness aren't totally critical, because the iPhone default doesn't disallow apps from monitoring customers, as an alternative anticipating customers to take action (Doc Searls Weblog)




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Apple’s claims about respecting privateness aren’t totally critical, because the iPhone default would not disallow apps from monitoring customers, as an alternative anticipating customers to take action  —  If you have not seen it but, watch Apple’s Privateness on iPhone |  tracked advert.  In it a man named Felix (that is him, above) …





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