Apple announced the launch of its new iCloud+ services at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) recently. One feature, called “Private Relay,” allows users to mask their browsing activity and identity similar to a virtual private network, but this feature will not be offered in China due to the country’s laws surrounding VPNs.
CNBC reports that tech giant Apple recently announced a new service called iCloud+ at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The new service offers a number of features to users focused on protecting user privacy, like the “Private Relay” feature.
With the new Private Relay feature, when users browse the internet using Apple’s Safari browser their data is sent through two separate servers in order to mask the user’s identity and what sites they are browsing. This means that even Apple or the user’s ISP will not be able to see their data
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