Coincidental acronym or some confusion over the presence of a .DS_Store file? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.DS_Store
Maybe some tools could be natural language based maybe others would be more visual.
It seems to me it would make a great open source project to build such a suite of tools.
It would also be a first step towards bringing individuals more in control of the value of their data.
Does anyone else agree (or disagree)?
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Entirely as a result of legislation or lawsuits, like stuff done by Max Schrems. The companies aren't doing this voluntarily at all.
>What's interesting about the data is what Apple has -- and what it doesn't.
should probably be rephrased as:
What's interesting about the data is what Apple decides to send me -- and what it doesn't.
"Campaign targets Apple over privacy betrayal for Chinese iCloud users"
Everything on one screen with the ability to remove and/or download.
My favorite part is you can see apps installed on each of your devices and permissions granted for each app.
That is what I also need from Apple.
I wish more people followed RFC4180. And that's how I write all my stuff that supports CSV input or output. But, there's a lot of bad csv software out there.