Apple announced yesterday that they are keeping their promise to frustrate tools used by Facebook to automatically track web users, within the next version of its iOS and Mac operating systems.
"Privacy is a fundamental human right," said Apple's software chief Craig Federighi.
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Apple announced several new privacy measures, building on last year's event where it pledged to jam Facebook's tracking tools. "Privacy is a fundamental human right," said Apple's software chief Craig Federighi. He said that there will be an option for apps which request location information to have to ask every time they require it, and they will be blocked from using other markers, such as identifying Wi-Fi or Bluetooth signals. Apple is also launching a sign-in-with-Apple login, as an alternative to logging in to a service using a social media account. Using this login, users can choose to hide their email address, with Apple creating a random alternative address which will forward to the real mailbox.