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Apple acknowledges tracking iMessage metadata and sharing it with law enforcement

Despite strong encryption -- and claims that it "doesn't scan your communications" or "store data related to customers' location" -- Apple is saving some metadata from iMessage and other apps and sharing it with law enforcement agencies, according to a new report.
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