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Apple has collected lots of your personal information—here's how to see it

Time for a privacy check-up.
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Apple records many of your interactions with its devices and services.

Tired of big tech companies taking data from you? Here’s your chance to get something back from one of them. Even if you’re perfectly comfortable with this type of sharing, Apple now gives you the opportunity to review exactly what information you’re giving up.

The European Union’s attempts to protect the data of its citizens with the new (GDPR) has created something beyond Europe’s borders. One of the latest companies to comply is Apple.

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