Apple Safari completely blocks third-party cookies, first in common browsers
Apple's web browser, Safari , upgraded on March 24, 2020 (Tuesday), now completely blocks third-party cookies by default. This version upgrade is due to the enhancement of
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Apple blocks third-party cookies in Safari | ZDNet
Third-party cookies enable 'cross-site tracking' to track the movement of users across different sites. Introduced to Safari in 2017, ITP is a feature that protects the privacy of users, and gradually added a function to block third-party cookies.
A function `` Intelligent Tracking Prevention '' to prevent cross-site tracking using the user's cookie is introduced to Safari-gigazine
Apple has enhanced ITP features with this Safari upgrade and has completely blocked third-party cookies by default. This will not only prevent
It has been announced that support for third-party cookies will be abolished within two years for Google's ' Chrome ', which is commonly used in Safari, and ' Edge ' developed by Microsoft.
Chrome plans to abolish support for third-party cookies within two years-gigazine
This update takes several important steps to fight cross-site tracking and make it more safe to browse the web.First of all, it paves the way.We will report on our experiences of full third-party cookie blocking to the privacy groups in W3C to help other browsers take the leap.— John Wilander (@johnwilander) March 24, 2020
The upgraded Safari is included in iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, and macOS Catalina 10.15.4 released on Tuesday, March 24, 2020.
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