8 iPhone Privacy Settings You Need to Change
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8 iPhone Privacy Settings You Need to Change

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Safari's Do Not Track

Safari's Do Not Track

Safari, like many other web browsers, allow users to enable Do Not Track, which is a universal web tracking opt-out initiative that gives users the power to prevent advertisers from tracking their browsing habits.

You can opt-out and enable Do Not Track on your iPhone by opening up the Settings app, selecting Safari, and turning on Do Not Track. From here, it’s also not a bad idea to enable Block Pop-ups and make sure Block Cookies is set to Allow from Websites I Visit.

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  1. Georgiaarapier

    10/01/2015 at 8:36 am

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  2. Harold

    10/19/2015 at 3:48 am

    So is this an example of an ad and does those ad really work? ;)

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