Apple: ban on Facebook because it monitors teenagers

Η Apple Inc ανακοίνωσε σήμερα Τετάρτη 30 Ιανουαρίου ότι απαγόρευσε την πρόσβαση στην Facebook Inc από ένα πρόγραμμα που έχει σχεδιαστεί για να επιτρέπει σε επιχειρήσεις να ελέγχουν τα used by their employees.

According to Apple, the largest used the program to record the online habits of teenagers.Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC),

Apple has a number of certificates that allow businesses to have full control over the iPhone of their employees.

Τα πιστοποιητικά (certificates) παρέχουν τη δυνατότητα στις εταιρείες να εγκαθιστούν εφαρμογές από απόσταση, να παρακολουθούν τη χρήση της ς αλλά και των εφαρμογών. Επιπλέον οι εταιρείες που χρησιμοποιούν αυτά τα πιστοποιητικά, μπορούν να διαγράφουν δεδομένα που ανήκουν στην επιχείρηση και είναι αποθηκευμένα στα iPhone.

Apple designed this program (Developer Enterprise Program) for companies whose staff use iPhones for internal functions. The requirements for the private do not allow the use of the specific proto phones that are for personal use.

Apple Facebook ban: How did the story begin?

On Tuesday, TechCrunch Reported that Facebook pays users up to 13 years to install an app called Facebook Research. The app used Apple's tools and asked the iPhone user for permission to install virtual private network software that can monitor browsing habits.

Following the revelation, Apple cut off access to Facebook from the program, stating that the program was "exclusively for the internal distribution of applications in an organization."

“Facebook uses the users of the social network to distribute an application of data to consumers, which is a clear violation of the agreement it had with Apple.”

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