Why Do Carriers Hate Apple iCloud Private Relay?

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Juan Bagnell
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May 03, 2022
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If you’re paying for iCloud storage, then you get all the features of Apple’s iCloud Private Relay for free. To simplify, Private Relay uses VPN-esque features in Apple’s own browser. An Apple proxy server encrypts your IP address so that the sites you’re visiting can’t identify you.

What does this mean for your privacy and for the businesses that rely on consumer data? Watch the video above to learn more about what iCloud Private Relay is and what it could mean for you.

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Juan Bagnell
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Juan Bagnell
Juan is a former casting director and voice over director, who once had security clearance for a DOE facility. Now, he produces videos on consumer electronics and the telecommunications industry. Regularly hosting discussions on Right to Repair, Net Neutrality, and Broadband competition, Juan hopes to make interesting videos that help consumers understand challenging topics. You’ll regularly hear him rambling on about smartphones, gadgets, and hearing health around the web as @SomeGadgetGuy on social media.

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