(by Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge) – Despite its marketing promise of privacy, Apple has become more creepy over the decade in the amount of data it collects from users. Some of that data includes location information, usage time, health data, and transaction data, among others. The company uses the data for targeted advertising. According to a WSJ, it wants to repurpose the data and determine if users are depressed, anxious, or experiencing a cognitive decline. Citing internal Apple documents and people familiar with the matter, WSJ said Apple is working with scientists to collect users’ health data that can easily be […]