Apple's Safari browser will now block Google Analytics data collection

Ruben Fields
June 28, 2020

"Privacy is central to everything we do at Apple, and it's critical on the web", said Beth Dakin, Safari Software Engineer. It can make logging into a website as easy as logging into an app by Touch ID or Face ID.

The feature was revealed via Safari's beta release notes. Nearly every part of our digital footprint can already be accessed through our fingerprint or facial features, but it looks like Apple is ready to take things beyond "almost".

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Safari users don't now have a lot to choose from when it comes to extensions and add-ons, with only a few sharing and blocking options now available on iOS or macOS. They leverage web technologies, such as JavaScript, HTML and CSS. "Safari will exclusively enable public credentials created by this API for use inside the website they had been created, and the credential can by no means be exported out from the authenticator they had been created in as effectively". As with other Safari plug-ins, people will be able to come across and download the new net-dependent types as a result of the App Store. When you run it, it'll tell you if everything is going to work as expected. That's why Apple lets you restrict extensions to some websites, or just the active tab. You can also choose to activate an extension for a day so that it doesn't remain active forever.

Apple announced macOS 11 at an event held for the first time in an online format, after getting used to an event at some convention center in the San Francisco Bay Area, Apple now had to resort to a launch without an on-site audience and with an internet transmission. And we now have a much better concept of how they'll function thanks to a WWDC session spotted by TechCrunch. Many Chrome users don't want to leave Chrome because they can't find the same extensions. But the a single element that will possible suggest the most for Safari consumers is Apple's take on the WebExtensions API.

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