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> If you look at the other blog post on ITP 2.3...

why would you look at the old blogpost for the new behavior?

It's all web pages, regardless of classification or redirects. The new webkit blog post is quite clear:

> Now ITP has aligned the remaining script-writable storage forms with the existing client-side cookie restriction, deleting all of a website’s script-writable storage after seven days of Safari use without user interaction on the site

https://webkit.org/blog/10218/full-third-party-cookie-blocki...

Or straight from the ITP lead's twitter:

> Fifth, all script-writeable storage is now aligned with the 7-day expiry Safari already has for client-side cookies.

https://twitter.com/johnwilander/status/1242516001939324928

(with follow up replies on what resets the seven day clock)






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