Jean-Louis Gassée tweets:
Apple’s new rules rile. But not me: I’m the paying customer and I resent the old model. The new rules are customer-centric.
Like, for example, with data sharing. Apple won’t share your personal information to publishers without your permission. Publishers want unfettered access to that information because they want to sell it, because that’s what they’ve been doing with subscriber information for decades.
If you want to know where all the hardcopy spam in your postbox comes from, that’s where.