iCast 2 – Accessibility Events And Privacy Implications
Release Date: 05/03/2019
News Apple and Qualcomm reach a settlement agreement Intel to exit 5G Smartphone modem business Apple cancels AirPower Samsung Galaxy Folds are breaking Apple will provide free data migration service in store for new Mac purchases or repairs Beyond The Gallery Check out the Handwriting To Text shortcut. More information on this and other shortcuts can be found at the Beyond the Gallery website. For instructions on building shortcuts, check out our DemoCast. Show Description Aleeha, Michael, and Jason discuss a feature called Accessibility Events, and how it, along with other data developers have access to information that could impact your privacy. This feature is included with iOS 12.2 and macOS Mojave version 10.14.4. It enables the detection of accessibility features when you visit websites. As stated by Apple, “Accessibility Events is a sub-feature of the Accessibility Object Model (AOM) project, an emerging web technology currently under development as a joint W3C effort by Apple, Google, and the Mozilla Foundation.” You can find out more about Accessibility Events and how they are used by reading Apple’s support article. Providing Feedback We love hearing from you, so feel free to send an email to email@example.com. You can follow us on Facebook, and Twitter. You can also find us on Reddit, and all around the web. Also, don’t forget to check out our YouTube page, and for all things iACast, check out our iACast page. If you’d like to help support us, you can do so via our Paypal and Patreon pages.