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« on: March 25, 2020, 04:05:19 pm »

Apple beefs up web security and privacy in iOS 13.4

Apple now offers full third-party cookie blocking...

What you need to know


Yesterday, Apple released iOS 13.4 to the public.
It brought with it new security and privacy features for Safari on both iOS and Mac.
Apple now blocks all third-party cookies by default.


Apple released iOS 13.4 to the public yesterday, and with it a swathe of new privacy and security features to better protect the privacy of its users whilst browsing.

The new release comes with several improvements to Apple's Intelligent Tracking Prevention features and also Safari on macOS. Apple's John Wilander described the changes in a blog post:


  Cookies for cross-site resources are now blocked by default across the board. This is a significant improvement for privacy since it removes any sense of exceptions or "a little bit of cross-site tracking is allowed."
 
  It might seem like a bigger change than it is. But we've added so many restrictions to ITP since its initial release in 2017 that we are now at a pl...

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