Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 15th Apr 2010 10:42 UTC
Apple While we were al busy getting knickers in twists over section 3.3.1 of the new iPhone developer agreement, Apple hoped to sneak another, possibly more far-reaching change past us. All Things Digital, however, got hold of section 3.3.9, which could effectively kill all third party ad networks - granting an insurmountable advantage to Apple's own iAd network.
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anevilyak
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2005-09-14


Section 3.3.9 is exactly what I would have wished for. Apps may not transmit ANY personal information whatsoever to anyone without my explicit consent.


Except that a) this agreement is between Apple and developers, not developers and you, and b) if you actually read the section, it says they're not allowed to do so without *Apple*'s consent. The user is in no way mentioned.

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Kondor337 Member since:
2006-09-16

YOU should read the entire section 3.3.9, not just the little snippet that's concerned with device data.

MY consent, not Apple's.

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