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How the identifiers taken from these requests were used?

Asked 2018-12-25 16:10:59 by Rajesh Balasubramanium

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It depends on the case and the reason behind the request. Meaning, there's no way to tell what information was requested and how or in which case it was used.

Can this information include content stored in accounts?

Asked 2018-12-25 16:10:59 by Trishla Saxena

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Yes, Apple can provide content (emails, photos, contacts) backed-up with Apple IDs. But, in the latest report, the company didn't provide content associated with the accounts to the Indian government.

Is this risk to privacy?

Asked 2018-12-25 16:10:59 by Parakram Jindal

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Not really. Apple gives information only on valid grounds and with a legal request. Also, the request may be fully or partially rejected if it is completely over-broad in respect to the case.

Is this information given to anybody else?

Asked 2018-12-25 16:10:59 by Aarav Jain

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No. Apple doesn't share information related to user device, account, or financials with any business or individual.

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