Apple’s App Retailer privateness labels have gone lacking nevertheless it is not clear why. Whereas it appears most probably that it is a bug, it is attainable that Apple is tweaking one thing within the background. Both manner, no apps at present show their privateness labels within the App Retailer throughout all of Apple’s platforms.
Apple introduced its privateness labels at WWDC in 2020 with the purpose being to permit individuals to get a have a look at what info an app would gather earlier than they put in it. If an app collects knowledge, the privateness labels are supposed to clarify that so individuals could make an knowledgeable determination earlier than downloading. Nevertheless, as Twitter posts have identified, they’ve all gone lacking.Supply: Apple
Notably, Apple requires that the App Retailer privateness info be supplied each time a brand new app or replace is submitted for evaluation.
The App Retailer now helps customers higher perceive an app’s privateness practices earlier than they obtain the app on any Apple platform. On every app’s product web page, customers can find out about a number of the knowledge varieties the app could gather, and whether or not that knowledge is linked to them or used to trace them. You will want to offer details about your app’s privateness practices, together with the practices of third-party companions whose code you combine into your app, in App Retailer Join. This info is required to submit new apps and app updates to the App Retailer.
I’ve reached out to Apple for affirmation on what is going on on, however for now it appears to be like like customers are on their very own in the event that they wish to make certain that an app is not doing something they would not need it to.