WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy | WebKit🔒 webkit.org
Want to know why I use Safari (WebKit) exclusively to browse the web? This is why.
WebKit will do its best to prevent all covert tracking, and all cross-site tracking (even when it’s not covert). These goals apply to all types of tracking listed above, as well as tracking techniques currently unknown to us.
If a particular tracking technique cannot be completely prevented without undue user harm, WebKit will limit the capability of using the technique. For example, limiting the time window for tracking or reducing the available bits of entropy — unique data points that may be used to identify a user or a user’s behavior.
If even limiting the capability of a technique is not possible without undue user harm, WebKit will ask for the user’s informed consent to potential tracking.
Simple and clear. Aligned with the user and what they should get. 🤝Posted on August 22, 2019 →