The Dutch Competition Authority calls big tech company to inform consumers about the data use of apps (Apple)

Apple informs consumers about the data use of apps following call from regulators worldwide* Apple will indicate in its App Store what personal data each app uses. Starting today, app providers are required to include such information on their products’ pages in app stores. This information will shortly become visible to consumers, when looking for apps in the App Store. Consumers will be able to take this information into consideration when choosing apps. This will stimulate providers to compete with each other on favorable privacy conditions. With this change, Apple answers the

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Dutch Competition Authority, The Dutch Competition Authority calls big tech company to inform consumers about the data use of apps (Apple), 8 December 2020, e-Competitions Privacy and antitrust, Art. N° 98334

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