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Apple removing or restricting apps for controlling screen time

Apple's removal of nearly a dozen apps that help users manage screen time raises questions about the company's dominance and its commitment to helping people stay off their iPhones amid concerns about the negative effects ...

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Screening

Screening, in general, is the investigation of a great number of something (for instance, people) looking for those with a particular problem or feature. One example is at an airport, where many bags get x-rayed to try to detect any which may contain weapons or explosives. People are also screened going through a metal detector. Even though the procedure aims at a large number of screens, it is always equivalent to sampling in statistics, because the complete population is almost always inaccessible for screening.

Screening has other, more specific meanings:

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