Safari is now probably the influential wild card browser for user privacy

If Apple decides to have Safari do something significant for user privacy, it will affect a significant number of people in a valuable market segment. My guess is that this gives it outsized influence and makes it the wild card in this area. If Safari became aggressive about not sending Referer headers, for example, it probably becomes much more likely that Chrome will grumble and follow along in some way…

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