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Apple to remove Safari’s ‘Do Not Track’ over privacy threat

Apple has removed support for “expired” ‘Do Not Track’ feature in version 12.1 of its Safari web browser, saying it may potentially be used to track users. The feature only submits a request to stop tracking, which websites can choose to overlook. However, Apple has added the ‘Intelligent Tracking Prevention’ to the new version with new limits for long-term tracking.