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iPhone's "unwanted online tracking" prompts demand from Energy and Commerce Committee.
The Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade, Henry A. Waxman ranking member, sent Apple's Tim Cook a letter. This follows up their initial letter of February 15, which Apple answered, but not completely enough, on March 2. Although Apple addressed these issues with an iOS update, loopholes remain that allow app developers to access private photos, videos, and location data, all without permission from the phone's owner.