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macseeker said:I think Apple's move in general complies with the European GDPR laws. Seems like France has their head in a dark place and loving the smell.
Please tell me if I'm wrong.GDPR, just like CCPA, is ultimately about a consent for some data collection on specified purposes. I do not remember consenting to anything in that regard for Apple ads or related on my iPhone or Mac. So if they are indeed collecting data then they would breach regulations (or I forgot I gave my consent...). I would be very surprised this is the case, and from what I gathered from the article no one is saying Apple breached anything, there’s simply a commission doing its job and checking everything is compliant.
ITGUYINSD said:reroll said:And will it use as much CPU as the current version? I ended up using the web version only...2019 MacBook Pro, could be because I am keeping a couple of years worth of emails for work.