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Wow. Safari is so strict, but I wonder if that's because Safari is (my assumption) a less fat browser after all.



Or just the browser with the least amount of funding tied to advertising.


No network scan is because Safari does not support WebRTC


And that's why so many sites break with it.


When the parts that break are leaking user hardware and network information, I'll take the break thanks.


It isn't like there is no legitimate use case for these technologies. It's just that they are accessible without any supervision.


And I'd rather not have them than accept the glaring security and privacy issues of having them without user permission.




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