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iOS 14.5 and ATT Framework Coming to an App Near You

On April 26, 2020, iOS/iPadOS/tvOS 14.5 and the enforcement of the AppTrackingTransparency (‘ATT’) go into effect.

This means legal and development teams alike must be ready to:

  1. Identify those apps that either “track,” as defined by the privacy requirements, users or access the IDFA, and
  2. implement the AppTrackingTransparency (“ATT”) framework accordingly.

NT Analyzer’s downloadable report and designated module for iOS give organizations the information they need, at both a technical and legal level, to meet its iOS privacy requirements. The report also includes whether or not ATT framework needs to be implemented.

Daniel Rosenzweig

Author Daniel Rosenzweig

Daniel B. Rosenzweig is a lawyer in Norton Rose Fulbright's Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity practice group in the New York office. Daniel is part of the core team that oversees NT Analyzer to help clients navigate the complex data protection and privacy landscape.

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Author Steven Roosa

Steven B. Roosa advises companies on a wide spectrum of technology and legal issues pertaining to privacy and data security. Steve serves as partner in Norton Rose Fulbright's New York office and oversees the firm's privacy compliance tool suite, NT Analyzer.

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