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Technology misunderstanding: Safari 14 does not block Google Analytics

13:45  25 june  2020
13:45  25 june  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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No, Safari 14 (or any other version of Safari) will not block Google Analytics from loading and running on a website. In the midst of Apple's yearly Worldwide Developers Conference, the company showcased some of the privacy improvements to the upcoming version of the Safari web browser

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Misleading Apple wording has led to the rumor that the new Safari 14 would block Google Analytics. This caused some turmoil among users of the statistics solution. The fact is: Safari 14 does not block Google Analytics.

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At the Worldwide Developers Conference WWDC 2020, which took place for the first time in a virtual manner, Apple presented the new features of the upcoming Safari browser in version 14. It places a special focus on data protection and data security, but above all improves transparency for the user. The underlying features, especially the Intelligent Tracking Prevention, have been standard for years.

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The add-on prevents the Google Analytics JavaScript (gtag.js, ga.js, analytics .js, and dc.js) that is running on websites from sharing information with Google Analytics Using the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on will not prevent site owners from using other tools to measure site analytics .

Describe the problem and steps to reproduce it: Google Analytics is used on the about:addons site while browsing not installed AddOns. What happened? It's tracking users and giving data to google directly without any consent.

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A screenshot by journalist Benedict Evans appeared during the first reports on the browser's new privacy report, which was supposed to show that Safari 14 was blocking the use of Google Analytics on websites. Evans has since deleted the tweet. A screenshot distributed by Apple, however, went well with the message and seemed to confirm the suspicion.

One of the stumbling blocks. (Screenshot: Apple)

The news spread quickly. Tech media such as Apple Insider took up the report, as did SEO magazines such as Search Engine Journal , which of course have a very special interest in the topic.

developer delves into the details and calms down again.

The Finnish Google developer expert Simo Ahava did not want to believe the messages as he saw them and made his own impression. In the result he comes to a yes and a no. Yes, Apple is responsible for the misunderstanding. No, Safari 14 does not block Google Analytics.

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After a test installation of the new macOS 11 Big Sur and tests with the Safari 14 and its predecessor version, Ahava comes to the conclusion that basically nothing has changed technically. The actual change obviously only affects the presentation to the outside world. Instead of simply using the intelligent tracking prevention methods as before, Safari 14 is talkative and explains what the user is doing in the new data protection overview.

Unfortunately he is misunderstood. The Privacy Report uses terms such as block (block), prevent (such as: avoid) and tracker, which are associated with more aggressive measures. In fact, the Privacy Report only points out potential damage.

Ahava shows that Safari 14 GA is flagging but is still running normally. (Screenshot: Simo Ahava)

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So the report correctly describes Google Analytics as a "tracking domain" because there is a pure possibility of cross-site tracking. This is explained by the fact that Safari repeatedly finds references to Google Analytics on various websites. This would generally enable the domain to do cross-site tracking. The fact that she does that is neither claimed nor proven. Rather, Intelligent Tracking Prevention is looking for additional evidence in the background before taking action.

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I am trying to use Google Analytics in my site. I copied the code directly from the Google Analytics website and followed the instructions for embedding it into my HTML. This is how I know the problem is in the Google Analytics code. The following error message appears after the page finally loads

Safaris innovations in version 14. (Screenshot: Simo Ahava)

In the case of Google Analytics you will not find them. Statistics is a first-party analysis tool and cannot be associated with cross-site tracking. All processes that Google Analytics performs on users' computers and on their own servers are clearly signed and do not include access to third-party resources, which would be a prerequisite for damage potential.

As a result, Apple has created avoidable turmoil. Safari developers are advised to check the terms in the new Privacy Report (data protection overview) again for suitability, or at least to define them clearly within the report. Google Analytics users can sit back and relax.

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