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29. September 2017

Safari 11: Tracking und Sicherheit

Im Internet läuft man Gefahr, dass das Surfen protokolliert und für Werbezwecke genutzt wird. Safari 11 steuert dem entgegen. Tests

 
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21. September 2017

Safari in iOS 11: Enabling Cross-Site Tracking Prevention to Protect Your Privacy

Safari in iOS 11 introduces a new tracking prevention feature that’s meant to protect your privacy and make it harder for companies to track your browsing habits across multiple websites.

Disabling Cross-Site Tracking isn’t going to cut down on the number of ads that you see, but it will make it harder for advertisers to gather data about what you’ve been browsing to deliver targeted ads. Here’s how to enable it: Open the Settings app.

Scroll down to Safari and tap it.

Scroll down to „Prevent Cross-Site Tracking.“

Toggle it on so it’s green.

This section of the Settings app also includes other Safari [...]

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16. September 2017

Advertising Groups Ask Apple to ‚Rethink‘ New Cookie Tracking Standards in Safari 11

In the upcoming version of Safari 11 on macOS High Sierra, Apple will implement a new „Intelligent Tracking Prevention“ feature that builds upon Safari’s default blocking of third-party cookies. ITP will greatly limit advertiser reach by placing new safeguards into Safari that use machine learning to suppress cross-site tracking and purge ad retargeting data after 24 hours.

In response, six trade and marketing organizations have written an open letter to Apple asking for the Cupertino company to „rethink“ its plan to launch Safari with these new „arbitrary“ cookie standards (via AdWeek).

The organizations argue that the [...]

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27. Juni 2017

New Apple Patent Describes Sleep Tracking System With Bedtime Ritual Sensing and Power Nap Function

A new patent filed by Apple in 2015, and published today by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, shines some light on what the company could be working on in regards to sleep tracking technology and its recent acquisition of Beddit. Called „Adjusting alarms based on sleep onset latency,“ the new patent describes in detail a system that could receive data from devices like an iPhone, Apple Watch, or a Beddit-like flat, flexible sensor, and intelligently track user behavior to help them get their best night sleep possible (via AppleInsider).

The patent explains that most people have typical bedtime habits recurring every night, such as going to the [...]

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