Feb. 1, 2024, 2:01 a.m. | Thomas Germain

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Thomas Germain, *Gizmodo*, 25 Jan 2024,
via ACM TechNews, 29 Jan 2024

Security researchers at the app development firm Mysk Inc. found that some
iPhone apps are using notifications to get around Apple's privacy rules
governing the collection of user data. The researchers said the data being
collected through notification appears related to analytics, advertising,
and tracking users across different apps and devices. The use of
notifications for gathering user data also gets around the practice of
closing apps to …

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