Archive for September 18th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

It was quite a busy Thursday for Apple, with the launch of a new web site, the release of a new version of Safari, and its CEO penning an open letter to the Apple community. What united all of these activities? Security and privacy.


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New Security and Privacy Web Site

Apple has always had a web page with details about its security and privacy policies. Customers usually stumble upon this information when looking through licensing agreements or reading the fine print on a new Apple app or service.

Apple took its privacy and security policies and placed them on their own web site, front and center, for all to read. This change is as much about marketing as it is about protecting your privacy. But that’s not to say the outcome isn’t good for Apple users.

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