February 19
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Apple updated privacy policy and changed some of its iTunes Store terms and privacy disclosures.

The company is now using an abstracted summary of your phone calls or emails as an anti-fraud measure, VentureBeat reported.

“To help identify and prevent fraud, information about how you use your device, including the approximate number of phone calls or emails you send and receive, will be used to compute a device trust score when you attempt a purchase. The submissions are designed so Apple cannot learn the real values on your device. The scores are stored for a fixed time on our servers,” the page reads.

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