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Don’t Buy Into Facebook’s Ad-Tracking Pressure on iOS 14.5

By   /  May 4, 2021  /  Comments Off on Don’t Buy Into Facebook’s Ad-Tracking Pressure on iOS 14.5

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Last week, Apple released iOS 14.5, and with it a new feature that sent online advertisers scrambling: For the first time, users can tell apps not to track their activity across different sites and services. In an attempt to dissuade them from doing so, the Facebook and Instagram iOS apps are admonishing users that tracking helps keep those platforms “free of charge.”

This is technically true; Facebook is an advertising company that profits from showing ads that its users are more likely to click. But the iOS 14.5 notice also frames the issue in a way that implies Facebook can’t make money if it foregoes this kind of tracking, or worse, that Apple’s App Tracking Transparency update may force the social network to start charging its…



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