On your iPhone, you can now tap a button that says, "Ask app not to track." But behind the scenes, some apps keep snooping anyway. Say you open the app Subway Surfers, listed as one of the App Store's "must-play" games. It asks if you're OK with the app "tracking" you, a question iPhones started displaying in April as part of a privacy crackdown by Apple. Saying no is supposed to stop apps such as Subway Surfers and Facebook from learning about what you do in other apps and websites.Subscribe to
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"De-googled" Android phone with AOSP or Lineage (no gapps installed) is the only way to go!

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Just because you ask doesn't mean they have to comply, unlike vaccination, they have a choice, right?

#sarcasm

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