Apple addresses iTunes MiniStore privacy concern

With the release of iTunes 6.0.2 a new feature has been included rather surprisingly - a MiniStore, built right into the iTunes. However many users voiced concern over the possibility that Apple was collecting information without their consent, and Apple addressed this.

Some Apple bashers use this opportunity to call iTunes "SpyTunes", the fact: such situation has been addressed.

The screenshot of iTunes MiniStore now asks users to enable it if they wish.
message showing in MiniStore

It's a nice example that Apple do listen to customers.

Well done Apple.

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Posted by Antony at January 19, 2006 4:00 PM

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