Apple launches privacy portal for user data ahead of GDPR
Information can originate from buys/movement on the App Store, iTunes, iBooks, Apple Music, Apple's on the web and retail locations, and AppleCare. General information incorporates iCloud bookmarks, schedule sections, photographs, updates, and archives.
The gateway as of now works for accounts in the EU in front of the General Data Protection Regulation, which becomes effective on Friday.
As promised earlier this year, Apple has launched its new Data & Privacy portal ahead of GDPR that goes into effect this Friday. Currently only available for Europeans, the website allows Apple users to download all the data associated with their Apple ID account, correct your data, deactivate your account, and to permanently delete it.
This data download tool enables you to request a copy of all data associated with an Apple ID. This data includes app usage history, account details and sign-in records, calendars, photos and documents stored in iCloud,
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