Report alleges Google overrode Safari browser security to track Internet usage

Report alleges Google overrode Safari browser security to track Internet usage

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The ongoing tech privacy debate, which began when Path was exposed for accessing user data without permission, took a new twist after Google, and a number if advertising firms, were revealed to have been overriding privacy settings to track Internet usage on Apple’s Safari browser. According to a report from...
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