Apple’s privacy practices
Data Collection:Apple collects personal information such as name, address, email, and payment information to provide its products and services, and also collects other types of information such as device usage data and location information to improve its products and services. The policy emphasizes that Apple only collects data that is necessary for the purpose of providing its products and services and that it collects this data in a transparent manner, with users' consent when required.
Data Use:Apple limits the use of personal information to the extent necessary to provide its products and services and for other purposes that are disclosed to users and for which they have given their consent. The policy explains that Apple uses encryption and other security measures to protect personal information from unauthorized access and that it does not sell personal information to third parties.
Individual Rights: Apple provides individuals with a range of tools to control their personal information, including options to review and manage their personal information, disable location services, and control the types of data that Apple collects. The policy explains that individuals can also request access to their personal information and request that it be corrected or deleted.
How to contact Apple’s privacy department?
Contact Apple Support:Individuals can visit the Apple Support website and select the "Privacy and Security" category to access resources and support related to privacy concerns.
Contact Apple's Privacy Team:Individuals can email Apple's privacy team at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions or raise concerns related to privacy.
Contact Apple's Data Protection Officer (DPO):Apple's DPO can be reached by email at email@example.com or by postal mail at Apple Inc., Data Protection Officer, One Apple Park Way, Cupertino, CA 95014, USA.
How to delete your data from Apple?