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New study reveals iPhones aren't as private as you think →

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“Both iOS and Google Android share data with Apple/Google on average every 4.5 [minutes],” a research paper published last week by Trinity College in Dublin says. “The ‘essential’ data collection is extensive, and likely at odds with reasonable user expectations.”


“Both iOS and Google Android transmit telemetry, despite the user explicitly opting out of this,” the paper adds. “However, Google collects a notably larger volume of handset data than Apple.”

Welp, nothing is safe, we are trading convenience with privacy, there’s no absolute privacy, what we can do is just minimize the impact.