European Privacy Advocates File Complaints Against Apple’s Ad Tracking
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Noyb, a group founded by privacy activist Max Schrems, who forced changes in the way Facebook transfers data, has filed two complaints to Spanish and German authorities about Apple’s ad tracking. Noyb accuses Apple of unlawfully installing so-called identification for advertisers on its devices to track users’ behavior and their consumption preferences without their consent. Noyb lawyer Stefano Rossetti said in a statement, “With our complaints, we want…
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