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News Byteblock third-party advertising cookies by default, a move sure to upset online advertisers who rely on behavioral audience tracking to better serve online ads. The move is in line with that of Apple’s Safari, which has blocked third-party cookies for a long time, yet diverges from Google’s Chrome browser, which allows cookies of all types.
News ByteApple’s product launch today, as long as you have Apple hardware and a broadband connection: The company is streaming the event on its Web site (via Safari only), on iOS devices, and on Apple TV. And if you like text and pictures, AllThingsD will have that, too, beginning around 12:30 pm ET.