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Apple reportedly delaying iOS 14 advertising privacy feature bashed by Facebook

9to5Mac Thursday, 3 September 2020
Just last week, Facebook and other major publishers heavily criticized Apple over the upcoming privacy changes in iOS 14 that are expected to cut down on mobile ad revenue. Now a new report from The Information says that Apple is planning to delay the new app and website tracking feature.

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