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Websites can access the sensor data of your iPhone

As if apps that collect your personal information are not bad enough, apparently websites in Safari have access to your iPhone sensor data.

The fact that mobile browsers offer developers access to sensors is not necessarily a problem in itself. It is what helps these services adjust their layout automatically, for example when you change direction. And the World Wide Web Consortium agency has codified how web applications can access sensor data. But the researchers … discovered that the standards allow unrestricted access to certain sensors. And sites use it.

: Websites can access the sensor data of your iPhone

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