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Apple has introduced a new tool aimed at protecting consumers’ private information. So reports Engadget.

The “Sign in With Apple” feature will allow users to sign into websites and apps using their Apple ID, which the company says will reduce the disclosure of personal data. Privacy experts said the privacy measure could go a long way toward protecting consumers’ data and potentially threaten Google and Facebook, whose business models depend on information gathered from their own sign-in systems.

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