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Apple wants to know how you use iCloud in your everyday life

Ya disponible la beta de iOS 10.3, con “Buscar mis AirPods”

Y es que a partir de iOS 10.3, si lo autorizamos, nuestros dispositivos serán capaces de enviar información sobre cómo utilizamos iCloud con el fin de mejorar el servicio en un futuro. Por supuesto, no mandará a analizar las fotos que tenemos en nuestra biblioteca, o nuestra lista de correos relevantes, sino que envía algo así como las rutinas de uso de los servicios, de la misma manera que lo hace con iOS si se lo permitimos en el primer encendido o a través de Ajustes.

Apple wants to know how you use iCloud in your everyday life
Apple wants to know how you use iCloud in your everyday life

Personalmente, puedo entender el que algunos se vean un poco asustados por esta nueva característica, pero creo que la gente debería de considerar el aceptar la petición. He podido ver la utilidad de estas herramientas en algunos desarrollos de software, y son realmente eficaces para saber a qué aspecto se le debe dar prioridad a la hora de hacer cambios . Y sinceramente creo, que Apple necesita que les digamos donde fallan, para que puedan resolverlo correctamente.

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“Every human being has a right to privacy” is undoubtedly a nice phrase to accompany business speeches related to privacy. However, we are taking these words more and more lightly, and in many cases we ourselves are committing attacks against this right , doing far more damage than a multinational company does to us by registering our use of the network to “improve its services”.

The tinted glass that protects our lives from the tirelessly curious public eye is becoming thinner and weaker , the question is, will it benefit us in the future? Or, on the contrary, will it help those attacks I mentioned earlier to increase even faster? It all depends on the decisions we make when it comes to exposure, on knowing how to distinguish between a trusted entity and one that is not. Today, Apple gives us the opportunity to choose again.

As I indicated before, we must be able to distinguish between those who can make good use of our information, and those who cannot. And Apple, again, gives us reason to consider you in this first group, by allowing us to choose whether or not to give you access to our iCloud usage statistics .

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