An option in Apple’s Safari browser that’s supposed to protect Web surfers from malicious sites has raised privacy concerns in some quarters. The option, called “safe browsing,” is turned on by default. Depending on where an Apple device is registered, the browser could be sending IP information to Tencent, a conglomerate with close ties to China’s government. “Safe browsing should not only mean you’re protected from visiting websites that are dangerous, but that your privacy is safe, too,” said law professor Joel R. Reidenberg.
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