Of course, privacy matters, but it only works if everyone follows the rules of the game. personalized results, to data security, those who choose to block the activity do so in the belief that Apple has developed a really useful tool to protect their privacy. What Apple does not comment, however, is that the developers have found ways to get around the feature, and at least for now, the company is not interested in closing such loopholes, giving a sense of false security to owners of iGadgets, who they believe they are protecting their habits and data when they are not.
KOLLNIG, K., SHUBA, A., KLEEK, MV et al. Goodbye Tracking? Impact of iOS App Tracking Transparency and Privacy Labels. arXiv (Cornell University), 13 pages, April 7, 2022. Available at https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2204.03556. Source: Ars Technica