[HackerNews] Apple now requires all apps to make it easy for users to delete their accounts

All third-party iOS, iPadOS, and macOS apps that allow users to create an account should also provide a method for terminating their accounts from within the apps beginning next year, Apple said on Wednesday.
“This requirement applies to all app submissions starting January 31, 2022,” the iPhone maker said, urging developers to “review any laws that may require you to maintain certain types of

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