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Apple removing ‘Do Not Track’ from Safari as focus shifts to Intelligent Tracking Prevention

[2019-02-07 01:03:04]

Amid a decline in adoption by websites, Apple has revealed that it will remove support for “Do Not Track” in Safari 12.1. As detailed in a blog post from DuckDuckGo, Do Not Track’s mission of helping users avoid having their activity tracked has largely failed. Apple, meanwhile, is shifting focus to its new Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature. The post Apple removing ‘Do Not Track’ from Safari as focus shifts to Intelligent Tracking Prevention appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple removing ‘Do Not Track’ from Safari as focus shifts to Intelligent Tracking Prevention


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