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Apple Removing “Do Not Track” Placebo from Safari in Favor of Intelligent Tracking Prevention

[2019-02-07 17:19:13]

Apple will be removing the “Do Not Track” feature in Safari 12.1, citing it as an “expired standard” that actually has the potential to decrease user privacy, preferring to instead focus on its new Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature that debuted with iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra. According to the Safari 12.1 release notes, the ......

Apple Removing “Do Not Track” Placebo from Safari in Favor of Intelligent Tracking Prevention


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