Apple`s terms say they believe privacy is a fundamental human right, and build privacy and security in all their products from scratch, including their applications and services. When a parent creates an Apple ID, the conditions indicate that Apple collects a wide variety of information, including name, mailing address, phone number, email address, contact settings, device ID, IP address, location information and credit card information. If a parent creates an Apple ID for their child, Apple can also save device identifiers, cookies, IP addresses, locations, and time zones in which their Apple device is used. In addition, Apple states that Siri`s searches and requirements are related to a unique identifier and not to an Apple ID – therefore, no personal information is collected to sell to advertisers or other organizations. Apple says users can reset this identifier at any time by disconnecting and re-lighting Siri and effectively relaunching their relationship with Siri, removing user data associated with the Siri ID. Apple has asked a Circuit Court judge to dismiss a possible class action lawsuit filed against it under Illinois` Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), on the grounds that its virtual assistant, Siri, records and stores users` biometric voiceprints only with their voluntary and voluntary participation in an optional process, reports the Cook County Record. “Users agree before providing the words used to create the user profile,” argues the iPhone manufacturer. “As far as the user profile is concerned, users have the power to say no.” What confidentiality agreements have been made with their subcontractors and what monitoring has been implemented? The “data protection” control boxes refer to Siri. As an iPhone user, it would be reasonable to assume that Apple only evaluates voice commands and questions addressed to Siri in order to improve performance. It appears that this was not the case, based on the statements of Le Bonniec, the whistleblower`s contractor. The conditions provide that in order to comply with the Children`s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which governs the online collection of children`s data, Apple may take additional steps to verify that the user who gives permission to create a child`s Apple ID is its parent or legal guardian. As a result, parents are encouraged to check their iTunes, iCloud or Apple Store payment methods.