Previously, if apps for iOS needed access to the user’s phone book, they asked for permission from the person. After the user granted access to their phone book, programs could use the information about contacts as they wish. Unscrupulous developers sold their users’ phone books to third parties – most often companies engaged in advertising.
Now Apple is fighting against this, forbidding storing data on people’s contacts on servers without their knowledge. From now on, developers can not collect contact users for specific purposes, and use them in a completely different way (at least without the consent of people) – the ban on this is clearly prescribed in the new App Store rules. It remains a mystery how the “apple” corporation will track violators. In which case, applications of unscrupulous developers will be removed from the store.
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