The Washington Post reports its investigation with researchers at software maker Lockdown found some iPhone applications continued tracking users even after being asked not to track. Apple released its App Tracking Transparency framework this spring, but privacy advocates say some apps are using fingerprinting to continue gathering user data. The investigation found at least three games continued sharing identifying information with advertising companies after being asked not to track. Editor’s note: IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball reported details on Apple’s framework.
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