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Apple and Google Are Drawing the Line on App Privacy

Here’s what developers need to know about plans to reshape app store standards and put user trust first

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“Technology does not need vast troves of personal data, stitched together across dozens of websites and apps, in order to succeed. Advertising existed and thrived for decades without it. If a business is

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Rachel Dulberg

Rachel Dulberg

Privacy, AI & data nerd, tech lawyer & former entrepreneur. I write about issues at the convergence of innovation, technology, law & the future of privacy.

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