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Apple unveiled iOS 13 yesterday. You may have noticed that many applications required permission to use Bluetooth.

This permission is not related to your headphones or Bluetooth headset. It is actually used so that apps can track you....

More explanations by The Verge ⬇️

theverge.com/2019/9/19/2086728

@Qwant what about the "fbclic" facebook tracking in that link ? 🙃

@Qwant this is an excellent feature.

It forces all apps that want Bluetooth to ask your permission because they can track you if you have GPS and location services turned OFF.

Good move by Apple 🍎👍🏻

Android on the other hand is still a mess.

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