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Google Docs, Calendar for iOS updated with privacy labels

After dragging its feet for nearly three months, Google on Monday continued a slow rollout of updates to its flagship iOS apps that includes Apple’s mandated privacy “nutrition” labels.New versions of Google Docs and Google Calendar for iOS were released today with bug fixes and performance improvements, a seemingly staid revision for apps that were last updated in December and November of last year, respectively.With the updates, Google has furnished information regarding the collection of user data, details that are now displayed on the apps’ App Store pages. Like Gmail, which was revised last week, Google Docs and Google Calendar collects and potentially links users to general information like search history, location, contact information, usage data and other metrics. Read more…
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