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Safari dumps failed ‘Do Not Track’ privacy setting

[2019-02-07 03:00:44]

Safari’s “Do Not Track” setting was supposed to protect us from advertisers following us from website to website but it never worked like it was supposed to and Apple has given up on it. Instead, the web browser has what Apple calls Intelligent Tracking Prevention. Do Not Track was basically DOA The goal of Do ...

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