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Apple uses your phone calls and e-mails for a Device Trust score

Apple has updated the conditions of the iTunes Store and the disclosure of privacy information. It includes how the company calculates a trust score for devices to prevent fraud.

To help identify and prevent fraud, information about how you use your device, including the approximate number of calls or emails you send and receive, is used to calculate a device's trust score when you try to make a purchase. The entries are designed so that Apple can not learn the real values ​​on your device. The scores are stored on our servers for a fixed time.

They are not complete records, previously & # 39; abstracted & # 39 ;. It is not that Apple is going to misuse this information, but at first glance it seems a bit unusual. Especially for devices such as Apple TV & # 39; s that do not have e-mail or phone functions.

: Apple uses your phone calls and e-mails for a Device Trust score

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