James Moore, The Independent, 30 November 2017
“Privacy is a malleable thing in the age of the internet.
Every time you log on you’ll find trackers placed on to your phone or your computer with the express aim of finding out what you’re up to so it’s easier to sell you stuff.
But there are still rules, and the giants of the internet era shouldn’t be allowed to get away with playing fast and loose with them.
Google is the latest Silicon Valley titan to be accused of doing just that by placing tracking cookies on iPhones for several months between 2011 and 2012.”
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