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Apple Keeps Logs of Phone Numbers Entered for Use With iMessage

Apple’s sterling reputation on privacy has taken a small hit this week, with news getting out that the company keeps 30-day logs of phone numbers that users enter for use with iMessage. As reported by The Intercept, the logs show which phone numbers have been used with the messaging app, regardless of whether or not any messages were actually sent, although they do not contain the contents of any messages.
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