Dave Hamilton and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to talk about AirPower’s future(?) and more rumblings about GDPR-style laws in the US.
The website tagging service Instapaper is back up and running in the European Union after temporarily shutting down in May for General Data Protection Regulation compliance.
The companies want to build an open-source data portability platform to make it easy for users to migrate between platforms.
Here’s how to manage Safari browsing history, although it might still be backed up to iCloud anyway.
Instapaper is temporarily shutting down in the EU starting on May 24th while it’s brought in to compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR.
Apple has a new Data and Privacy web page for European Union residents that complies with the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation, or GDPR, laws.
You’ve probably gotten dozens of emails lately from companies about updated privacy policies. Here’s what you can do about that.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, goes into effect on May 25th, 2018, and it can impact websites that aren’t hosted in member states. If you want to see if the cookies on your website are GDPR-complaint, Cookiebot is a great place to start. You’ll get a quick audit of site cookies in a PDF showing how compliant—or not—they are. It’s free to try, and offers a little insight into how GDPR impacts websites.
Basically, Apple knows about stuff you buy and content you consume, but everything else is off-limits.
Download Apple profile data is a good move, and it’s unfortunate that Apple didn’t have something like this sooner, instead of being forced by regulation.