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> Because browsers make it an all or nothing setting (all, 1st party, none)

At least for Firefox this is not the case. Anyway, extensions like uMatrix exist.

> the DNT header

The DNT header is yet another way for sites to track you. I am glad it failed.




> The DNT header is yet another way for sites to track you. I am glad it failed.

And clicking decline on cookie banners or your unique combination on the multiple choice cookie disclaimers wont allow sites to track you?


Certainly it will, but I said already that I am against cookie banners.


Keep in mind that cookie banners are an implementation choice of the website.




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