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Tracking Emails

New York Times:

Trackers, which come in many forms including a single invisible pixel inserted into an email or the hyperlinks embedded inside a message, are frequently being used to detect when someone opens a message and even where that person is when the email is opened. By some estimates, trackers are now used in as much as 60 percent of all sent emails.

And there’s no system-level way to block those trackers in iOS like there is for website-based tracking.

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