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Apple defends decision to pull 'risky' screen-time apps from store

Monday 29 April 2019 | 10:40 CET | News
Apple has defended its recent removal of certain parental control apps from its App Store, following an article in the New York Times suggesting the company may be favouring its own systems. Apple said the apps were removed due to security and privacy risks, with some apps using invasive mobile device management techniques. 

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