Google Exploited Loophole To Track Safari Users’ Browsing Habits (Syndicated)
Shaylin Clark | WebProNews Staff Writer
Exploit allows advertisers to set third party cookies despite Safari’s privacy settings.
Google has made plenty of news lately over concerns with how they handle user privacy. Now it looks like they may have been circumventing privacy settings in Apple’s Safari browser — on computers and iOS devices alike — in order to track users’ web browsing habits for the purposes of advertising.
Is real privacy even possible on the internet anymore? What do you do to protect yourself from online snooping from advertisers and marketers? Let us know in the comments.