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Apple Latest Move Could Make Facebook Happy, For Some Time

Fossbytes Friday, 4 September 2020
Apple has published a new page on its developer portal and announced that it’s delaying the iOS 14 anti-tracking feature that mandates apps to ask for permission before tracking users across apps and websites owned by other companies. The feature isn’t taken positively by many, including Facebook, whose Audience Network platform depends on data collection […]
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