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As people become more concerned about the privacy and security of their personal information on the Internet, companies are beginning to put more and more effort into the security and protection of private information. To celebrate International Data Privacy Day, which is celebrated every year on January 28, Apple, which has always had a good reputation for privacy protection, today announced the launch of a new set of educational resources to help users protect their personal data.

Apple said the new Today at Apple courses will teach users how to protect their personal data. These educational activities will give users a deeper understanding of how their data is being used and provide additional tools to protect their data through a number of innovations. Starting Saturday, January 28, Apple will launch a new Today at Apple course, “Taking Charge of Your Privacy on iPhone,” which introduces features such as email privacy protection, security checks, location services, pass Key and App tracking transparency. In this course, participants will learn how to customize features based on their personal privacy preferences.

Today at Apple offers a variety of free creative sessions to help users get the most out of Apple products. This new 30-minute course will be available at Apple Retail Stores around the world, and users can now sign up for a group session or schedule a group, organization or class to attend.

We created Today at Apple to inspire creativity and to help users get the most out of Apple products and features,” said Apple. We are excited to launch this new Today at Apple course on International Data Privacy Day to help users learn more about our industry-leading privacy protections.”

Registration for the Today at Apple privacy course in China will open on January 25, 2023 at 00:00 (click here to register), and Apple will also release a promotional video on January 28, titled “Privacy in China,” which will focus on Apple’s privacy protections in the App Apple will also be releasing a promotional video on January 28th titled “Privacy Protection in China,” which will highlight key privacy features and how to use Apple’s Privacy Protection in five key areas: App Tracking Transparency, Health App, Safari Smart Anti-Tracking, Secure Compartment (encrypted Face ID data), and Photo App.

Apple says privacy is a fundamental right of every person and a core value of Apple. As a result, Apple designs its products and services with a philosophy of privacy protection and a belief that this is what true innovation is all about. Specifically, Apple insists that the processing and analysis of personal data be done as locally as possible on the user’s device. At the same time, machine learning is used to improve the user’s experience and privacy, and because the processing is done on the device side, no one else has access to the user’s data. This means that all kinds of App will not endanger personal privacy and will be able to analyze user emotions, classify scenes, translate text, recognize handwritten text, predict text, mark music, and achieve more functions. And when Apple captures personal data, they do so in a clear, unambiguous way.

In addition, Apple has developed several technologies to help hide your identity when data must be sent to Apple servers. Sometimes Apple uses random identifiers so that your data is not associated with a user’s Apple ID.

Finally, the hardware, software, and services of every Apple device are designed in concert to maximize security of use. Apple devices protect not only the device itself and the data it stores, but also the entire ecosystem, including everything users do locally on the device, on the network, or using critical network services.

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