Understanding Website Trackers And the New Privacy Report In Safari 14

Safari 14 adds a Privacy Report button prominently to the toolbar that allows you to see the trackers used by the current site. The report is good information, but there really isn't much you can do besides make sure that Safari's privacy features are enabled.
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Comments: 4 Responses to “Understanding Website Trackers And the New Privacy Report In Safari 14”

    Wiliam Taylor
    6 days ago

    I have Safari 11.1.2 on a old Mac using El Capitan. Is my computer too old to get Safari 14? If not how do I get it?

    6 days ago

    Wiliam: Safari 14 requires Mojave, Catalina or Big Sur.

    Bill
    6 days ago

    Gary, isn’t this the same what Duckduckgo does?

    6 days ago

    Bill: Not sure if DuckDuckGo is exactly the same, but Safari certainly stops the trackers if you let it. And without any extension needed.

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