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Jan 23, 2020
Google points out flaws in Apple's Safari that allows tracking of users' browsing behaviourAs per a report, Google had already disclosed these flaws to Apple last August.
Oct 15, 2019
Apple explains why it appears to be sending some browsing data to China's TencentApple says it does not send any data to Tencent or Google, instead, it receives a list of bad websites from both companies.
May 07, 2019
iOS 13 to bring Screen Time improvements, Dark Mode, new Reminders app and moreiOS 12's Screen Time feature will now be getting the parental control feature in iOS 13 .
Oct 08, 2018
London blocks legal action against Google over collecting data from 4 mn iPhonesGoogle was accused of illegally accessing details of iPhone users’ browsing data on Safari.
Sep 29, 2018
Google might pay Apple $9 bn to remain as the default search engine for SafariApple uses Google as the default search engine in Safari on iOS, the company also uses Bing in other places.
Sep 26, 2018
Google to acknowledge its mistake on privacy issues in a written testimonyGoogle will testify alongside AT&T, Amazon, Apple amid growing concerns about data privacy.
Sep 17, 2018
New Safari exploit lets a few lines of code crash and restart iOS devicesWeb developer Sabri Haddouche explained that the Safari exploit has 15 lines and causes a Kernel panic.
Sep 16, 2018
Safari browser to make it tougher for companies such as Facebook to track youSafari used to wait 24 hours from your last visit to a service before blocking that service’s cookies on third-party sites.
Apr 17, 2018
Facebook clarifies how it collects data even when its users are not using the website or appMany companies offer these types of services and, like Facebook, they also get information from the apps and sites that use them.
Jan 04, 2018
India vs South Africa: For Kohli's vibrant army, sustained pressure and intensity is key to scripting history on African safariA crucial ingredient of India's staggering home success was sustained intensity, which they somehow haven't managed to replicate away from home. They will need to overcome that shortcoming in order to script history in South Africa.