Apple’s Safari web browser offers a feature that prevents cross-site tracking. As much on a Mac computer as on an iPhone or iPad, it is possible to prevent website tracking on Safari browser from tracking our activities and therefore to avoid targeted advertising.
Apple offers a feature on its Safari browser that allows us block website tracking of help avoid internet tracking.
Where to enable the feature: Prevent cross-site tracking
This feature is available for Mac computers running the macOs High Sierra operating system, as well as iPhone and iPad devices running iOS 12 .
To prevent cross-site website tracking on a Mac, you must:
- Open the Safari browser
- Click on the Preferences tab in the top bar
- Select Privacy
- Activate function: Ask websites not to follow me
To prevent cross-site tracking on iPhone or iPad, you must:
- Open the Settings application
- Tap the Safari tab
- Activate function: Prevent inter-site tracking