Safari ups its new anti-tracking protections
Plus, you'll want to check out these five new features in MacOS Big Sur, and the world of video games faces a reckoning as sexual abuse allegations flood in.
June 24, 2020
Safari joins browsers that tell you who's trying to track you
It's part of a larger pushback on the intrusive practice that follows you across the internet.
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