Like your iPhone, your Mac can easily track where you are in the world. It uses this for several reasons, such as changing the date and time on your device.
However, websites can also track you – and some users may want them to do so. If you don’t want specific sites knowing where you are in Safari, follow these steps:
- Click on “Safari” next to the Apple logo and choose “Preferences … ” from the drop-down.
- Go through your currently open websites and choose whether you want to allow or deny access.
You can also block future visited websites from tracking you. Go to the bottom where it says “When visiting other websites.” If you want to revoke permission, open the drop-down and select “Deny.”