Users face increasingly difficult obstacles to demonstrate that they are not bots.

Apple has opted to discontinue the technology, which has already had an impact on things like email analytics and ad tracking.

The firm stated at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June that it would replace captchas with Private Access Tokens.

According to Apple engineer Tommy Pauly, a captcha is sometimes merely a button to press. Others, on the other hand, can be difficult to complete.

This type of conundrum is becoming more common as captchas.

Tests designed to distinguish between human and robot web browsers on websites have become more complex.

The smiling dogs were the last straw for a growing number of people who have expressed their incredulity on social media in recent months.

hCaptcha, a privacy-protecting alternative to Google's captcha system, is responsible for the more complex tests.

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