Apple now lets you download every bit of data it ever collected from you

Apple now lets you download every bit of data it ever collected from you

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Apple has launched a new Data and Privacy page on its website, allowing users to check and download all the data the company has collected from you. 

The page, available at privacy.apple.com, requires you to login with your Apple ID and password. From there, you’ll be able to get a copy of your data, correct any information that you think is wrong, deactivate your Apple ID account, or permanently delete it. 

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The amount of data Apple has on you is likely quite extensive, as it includes App Store, Apple Music, Apple Online Store, Apple Retail Store and Game Center activity, Apple ID account info, AppleCare support history and repair requests, iCloud Bookmarks, Contacts, Calendars, Notes, Marketing subscriptions et cetera.  Read more…

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