Apple is no better than other tech companies or some development companies that provide you with endless texts that you have to agree on before you can use the program or function. Even if you don’t really know what’s really going on there and what details you agreed to. It should be together now
According to the 9to5Mac article
Change, at least in the United States. The so-called “TLDR” legal proposal stands for “Terms of Service Labeling, Design and Readability”. So you can easily register, read and view before approval. The abbreviation corresponds to the projected area of the same name as “TLDR”, followed by “too long, unread”. Here in simple language, it should briefly explain what it really is, what data is collected from the users for what purposes and what the provider wants in his project. We had already posted about this
Since this is about all vulnerable users, both parties in Congress support this plan.
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