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Apple Caught Apps Spying Keystrokes on Millions of Devices

The new iOS 14 privacy feature informs you when an app accesses your data from the copy-paste clipboard

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The fact that Apple keeps pushing the envelope every year with regards to user privacy is no mystery.




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Anupam Chugh

Anupam Chugh

Debugger at Better Programming. Pouring thoughts into technology and code. Writer with 3M+ views. An iOS dev by the day. Sometimes funny.

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