Commexis Cast Daily – Sept. 15, 2017: Are Apple’s New Security Features As Altruistic as They Seem?

Commexis Cast Daily – Sept. 15, 2017: Are Apple’s New Security Features As Altruistic as They Seem?

Today’s Commexis Cast discusses Apple’s plans for Safari on mobile to block third-party tracking software, the rise of wearables such as the Apple Watch, and uncertainty about iPhone X’s facial recognition software.

The Wall Street Journal’s Alexandra Bruell and Jack Marshall report that ad trade groups are protesting the change to the mobile version of Safari. Phillip suggests that the truth to the browser change is less altruistic than it seems. The International Data Corporation’s study shows wearable technology is steadily increasing which begs the question: are the Safari changes necessary when people give their data freely to wearables? Finally, USA Today’s Jefferson Graham and Edward C. Baig have an excellent write up on the wins, the woes, and the worries about iPhone X’s facial recognition software. How secure is it? What does this mean for the future of your personal information? The Cast weighs in.

Today’s cast: Phillip Brooks (Commexis Lead Strategist) and Matthew McGrorty (Commexis Videographer/Podcaster).

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