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Apple vs. Facebook

Fingerprint marketing vs private information.
17 May 2018

Apple shutting down Facebook

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Does Facebook keep watch over people in ways they might not be aware of?

Do you want onscreen alert on Safari or other browsers? Like: “Do you want to allow Facebook.com to use cookies and available data while browsing?”

Is Apple is gambling on websites reining in tracking rather than users having to give constant permission to track their device?

You can decide to keep your information private. Apple is making changes to the core of how the browser works – surprisingly strong changes that should enable greater privacy.

Apple will attempt to frustrate tools used by Facebook to automatically track web users, within the next version of its iOS and Mac operating systems.

“We’re shutting that down,” declared Apple’s software chief Craig Federighi, at the firm’s developers conference.

He added that the web browser Safari would ask owners’ permission before allowing the social network to monitor their activity.

The move is likely to add to tensions between the two companies.

Of course, those will bring difficulties for advertisers try to track users who delete their cookies. Fingerprint marketing vs private information.

Some says that Apple really dislikes the free service with advertising business model.

Advertising Business Model or Saving private information.

We will see effects soon. The question now is whether Facebook and other ad-tech companies will try to find new ways to trail our web activity, in an attempt to outsmart Apple.

 

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