Apple / Facebook data row
[From about 4 hours ago on BBC News] 20:OO EDT (https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-56831241)
Facebook reeling over potential loss of ad / tracking revenue as Apple's new iOS blocks ads / tracking by default... I'm so sad for them.
But when iOS 14.5 comes out this week, the new App Tracking Transparency feature will be on by default. It will force app developers to explicitly ask for permission from users to use this IDFA.
There is also mention of grumble's FLoCing its users and how other browsers (Vivaldi included) will not support FLoCing their users in a linked article from The Verge.
Safari (aka Webkit) seems to be sitting on the fence form what I can figure!?!