Apple calls privacy campaigner’s criticism ‘factually inaccurate’

Apple has responded forcefully to a European activist filing legal complaints regarding its tracking tools, calling the claims “inaccurate,” and saying it is ready to defend its position.
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Following privacy activist Max Schrems and his NOYB group filing legal complaints in Spain and Germany, Apple has responded that its criticisms are baseless. The accusation is that Apple’s Identifier for Advertisers (IDFA) is used by the company to track users without permission.

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