Latest iPhone update will shame apps’ shameful grabs for personal data

Apple’s iOS 14 is currently in beta and due to be released in autumn. It includes a raft of new privacy-focused features which allow users more control over what data app developers can collect about them.

We think this is great. Moves like this and the growing popularity of privacy-focused browsers and search engines such as Brave and DuckDuckGo show that the general public are becoming far more privacy savvy.

At Self, we believe that your data belongs to you and only you should have access to it. If you do choose to share it with a company or individual, you should have absolute control over what information you give them and what they can use it for.