Recent media reports that search engine Google has been circumventing the privacy settings of users of the Apple web browser Safari have raised concerns that the company’s privacy policy may breach EU data-protection laws.

Google has been accused of taking technical steps to bypass Safari’s default settings, which block third-party tracking cookies on users' personal site preferences and are vital to targeting online advertisements.

Currently, Google generates around 9...

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