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Apple Is Rejecting Apps That Use Third-Party Code For Alleged Privacy Infractions

Apple started rejecting app updates on Thursday that conflict with its App Tracking Tracking Transparency (ATT) framework.

ATT prohibits user tracking without explicit consent and bans developers from using fingerprinting to try and identify a device or user.

Developers using a software development kit from the mobile attribution firm Adjust received a rejection message from Apple stating that their app “uses algorithmically converted device and usage data to create a unique identifier in order to track the user” or so called device “fingerprinting.”

Source: Apple Is Rejecting Apps That Use Third-Party Code For Alleged Privacy Infractions | AdExchanger

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