Aside from the capacity to view their data, users from specific countries can now withdraw consent for any company associated with Apple to collect personal data, as well as delete all data previously collected.
Apple plans to make this service available to users from other countries, but until the next announcement, users not belonging to the countries mentioned may request account deletion, correction, and access to personal data through Apple’s legal page.
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