On October 3, all Apple App Store apps will tell users how their data is being used. Not only this, users can refuse to give their data to the application if they want and delete their personal data from that app.
This rule of Apple will give users two advantages. First of all, users will be able to understand how and where their personal data collected by the app is being used. Secondly, app developers will tell users themselves that users can stop the data given and can delete their personal data whenever they want.
It is worth mentioning that since the Facebook Cambridge Analytica data scandal, the demand has been made by companies to tell the users where their personal data is being used and how. After this, General Data Protection Regulation Act was imposed on May 25 for transparent data for European users. This law has provisions that the company, which violates it, will be charged 4 per cent of its annual revenue as a penalty.