Snap looked at ways of circumventing Apple’s new privacy rules
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Snap has explored how it can circumvent new privacy rules for iPhones, in a move that may trigger the wrath of Apple, according to several people familiar with the situation. Apple is expected to introduce its privacy rules in the coming weeks, banning apps from collecting data on iPhone users without their explicit consent. According to recent internal documents seen by the Financial Times, Snap wanted to gather data from companies that analyse whether people have responded to ad campaigns, including aggregated IP addresses, the labels that identify devices connected to the internet.

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