Apple’s Safari now blocks all third-party cookies, The Verge reports. The company updated Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention, the privacy feature that allows the web browser to block cookies. “This is a significant improvement for privacy since it removes any sense of exceptions or ‘a little bit of cross-site tracking is allowed,’” Apple WebKit Security & Privacy Engineer John Wilander said. ITP also has safeguards that prevent tracking users through digital fingerprints.
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