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Apple promises hostile treatment for sites that break Safari privacy rules

[2019-08-15 18:15:00]

Apple is taking a tough new stance on websites that attempt to monitor and share individuals' browsing history. In a new policy page, published on Wednesday, the company says it will treat websites and apps that attempt to bypass Safari's anti cross-...

Apple promises hostile treatment for sites that break Safari privacy rules


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