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Microsoft Edge adds Safari’s ITP rules so the video, comment embeds on your site can function more easily

Microsoft’s Edge announced on Twitter Friday that an implementation of Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) is now shipping in its staging (Canary) nightly build for minor tweaks before going into production. The latest version of Edge will include Safari’s Storage Access API which enables third-party widgets on your site to function properly. With Safari’s most …

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Safari’s ITP lead on Chrome’s tracking prevention: It ‘has a long way to go’

John Wilander, Apple Webkit engineer and architect of Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) solution, said Wednesday that Chrome’s new approach to privacy and cookie handling will do little to stop trackers. Google announced Tuesday that it is changing the way its Chrome browser handles third-party cookies and will more aggressively aim to limit fingerprinting. It will …

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Safari’s New “Intelligent Tracking Prevention” — What Does it Mean for Marketers?

Along with the release of the iPhone 8, Apple’s new operating system, iOS 11 and its browser, Safari 11 on desktop, are causing quite a stir among advertisers and marketers. Not for their new design or ease of use but for their release of “Intelligent Tracking Prevention” — a feature which would limit website owners’ …

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Google Could be Paying Apple up to $3 Billion to Remain Safari’s Default Search Engine

‘); $(‘#scheader .sc-logo’).append(‘ ‘); $(‘#scheader’).append(”); $(‘#scheader .scdetails’).append(‘ ‘+cat_head_params.sponsor+’ ‘); $(‘#scheader .scdetails’).append(cat_head_params.sponsor_text); $(‘#scheader’).append(‘ ADVERTISEMENT ‘); } }); }); There may be no two companies in the tech world who compete as fiercely as Google and Apple – though recent reports show they share a unique, symbiotic relationship. Google is paying a considerable sum of money every …

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