Apple now allows its users to access, modify, and download all of the data it has collected on them. The tech company initially began offering this feature in Europe, in response to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDRP) established earlier this year, and now has begun offering it to its customers in the US as well.
The process is relatively user-friendly. Your data is accessed via privacy.apple.com and the user interface is easy to navigate. Once logged in you have the option to download your data, correct any information that needs to be changed, deactivate your account, or delete your account.
Access to your data is a great way to manage your privacy, which can, in turn, help better protect you from identity theft threats.
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