17.02.2012 20:05 Uhr, Quelle: The Unofficial Apple Weblog

Google explains how and why Safari privacy settings were circumvented

In response to a Wall Street Journal report claiming that Google bypassed Safari privacy settings to track ads on both Apple computers and iOS devices, the company released a statement today from Rachel Whetstone, SVP of Communications and Public Policy. The search giant contends that the Journal's story "mischaracterizes what happened and why." Safari, by default, blocks third-party cookies. This prevents sites like Google from setting tracking cookies on iPhone, iPod touch or iPad devices, or for Safari users on the Mac or PC, unless the user interacts with the site (by sign

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