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  1. Google Pays $17 Million to Settle Apple Safari User Tracking Case

    Google has agreed to pay a settlement of $17 million to 38 U.S.states in order to end a probe into claims that it deliberately bypassed user privacy settings in Apple’s Safari browser. The issue came to light in February 2012 after it was revealed...

  2. Pros & Cons of the Top Mobile App Tracking Methods

    Cons: Apps force the user to open a Safari browser window when they first open the app or click on an ad. Cookie tracking sets a first party cookie in Safari on iOS. The workaround to pair an app install to an ad click is a brief redirect to Mobile...

  3. Google, Mozilla Accuse Microsoft of Restricting Browser Choice in Windows 8

    However, Mozilla claims that Internet Explorer (IE) will be the only browser able to run in the classic environment under Windows RT, at the expense of rival browsers like Firefox, Safari and Chrome. By allowing only IE to perform the advanced...

  4. Yahoo Begins Honoring Browser Do-Not-Track Signals

    Even after Chrome, Safari, Firefox and IE support user-imposed limits on ad tracking, publishers must honor the Do Not Track signals their browsers will generate when individuals choose to opt out. We look forward to the others in DAA honoring...

  5. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    Google, which has been getting heat over tracking Safari and Internet Explorer users, is expected to enable do-not-track in its Chrome Web browser by the end of this year, according to the Wall Street Journal.

  6. The Trouble with Tribbles: Beyond Google’s Cookiegate Browser Settings Hype

    Google found themselves in the center of another PR quagmire this week, when the WSJ reported they’d been caught circumventing user settings in both the OS X and iOS versions of the Safari browser. Google doesn’t get off the hook for using an...

  7. Microsoft Snipes (Only) at Google Over Browser Settings Circumvention Controversy

    The result is similar to the recent reports of Google’s circumvention of privacy protections in Apple’s Safari Web browser, even though the actual bypass mechanism Google uses is different. Microsoft released a blog post Monday condemning Google in...