The OpenID Foundation has posted an open letter to Apple raising concerns about its upcoming 'Sign In With Apple' feature.
Announced earlier this month, Sign In With Apple will let users sign in to apps and websites using their Apple ID when iOS 13 and macOS Catalina launch.
Sign In with Apple was built from the ground up to give users peace of mind about their privacy. Data collection is limited to the user’s name and email address, and Apple’s private email relay lets users receive email even if they prefer to keep their address private. Apple will not track users as they interact with your app.
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