Google Invades Privacy Setting Of Safari Users

Google Invades Safari Privacy Setting Google has stepped in it again. Google was caught while trying to bypass private settings of those who use Apple’s safari browser. Unlike other major web browsers Safari blocks third party cookies by default. Since Google depends on cookie files to identify users, improve ad relevancy and to deliver online services, so they had to find a way to trespass safari’s settings.

The story was broke out in Wall Street Journal as a part of ongoing investigation of online privacy. The report accused Google of privacy policy violation with other three advertisement company. A consumer advocacy group has shown anxiety about Google’s willful violation of privacy policy occurrence. Although Google said that the report has misinterpreted their intention and action. Their intention was to provide features for signed in Google users and they only used some known Safari functionality. It is to be noted that Google has been under fire for its willful disregard of privacy policy.

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