Now this doesn’t mean advertisers know everything about you, so there’s no need to worry about them having access to private things like your text messages or emails. However, it does mean they’ll know more about users in general, just not who specifically, since the data being shared is set to be anonymous. Either way, that’s not much different than using Google search, having a Facebook account or being a non-paid Spotify listener. What’s interesting here, though, is that this comes hot on the heels of a report that Apple is using a data-sharing perk to get networks to buy into its rumored internet TV service. iAds on your living room? Don’t be surprised.
Apple puts targeted ads in your iTunes Radio stream
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