New Safari version prohibits user data collection without his consent

Safari on iOS 13.4 and macOS Catalina 10.15.4 received a small but very important change.

Now it by default blocks all third-party cookies and prevents sites from collecting information about users without their consent.

Thanks to this, site owners will not be able to use Safari data to track user behavior, as well as follow them through code in advertising banners, social network widgets and other analytics systems.

This is a very important change in privacy, and Apple was the first to take this step. A similar feature in Google Chrome will only appear in 2022. [ Macrumors ]


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