Jun 042018
 June 4, 2018  Posted by  Business, Featured News

Mark Gurman reports:

Apple Inc. executives rarely call out Facebook Inc., but they made more moves on Monday to limit the social network’s data collection.

In iPhone, iPad, and Mac software updates later this year, Apple’s default Safari web browser will show a pop-up window asking users for permission before loading share buttons from social networks including Facebook. These buttons make it easy to share web content, but they also let social networks collect user data — something Apple has been cracking down on in recent years.

Read more on Bloomberg.

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