August 1, 2021 Business, Featured News
Gilad Edelman / Wired reports:
For at least a decade, privacy advocates dreamed of a universal, legally enforceable “do not track” setting. Now, at least in the most populous state in the US, that dream has become a reality. So why isn’t Apple—a company that increasingly uses privacy as a selling point—helping its customers take advantage of it?
Read more on Ars Technica.
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