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“Like the majority of Google’s privacy pushes that we’ve seen until now, the FLoC proposal isn’t as user-friendly as you might think. For one thing, others have already pointed out that this proposal doesn’t necessarily stop people from being tracked across the web, it just ensures that Google’s the only one doing it.”

gizmodo.com/stop-letting-googl

@darkstar yep, tech journalism is full of this. Though it is not usually the writer’s personal choice to include the trackers.

@laura Ironically that page has default on
Google Advertising Products stores cookies with a maximum duration of about 1 Year(s). This vendor also uses other methods like "local storage" to store and access information on your device.
Google Advertising Products
Legitimate Interest Purposes
• Select personalised content
• Select basic ads
• Create a personalised content profile
• Measure ad performance
• Apply market research to generate audience insights
• Develop and improve products
etc.

@ken_fallon yep, tech journalism is full of this. Though it is not usually the writer’s personal choice to include the trackers.

@laura
Ill need to consult you later on accessibility.

But ad rem does it hold also for wordpresses effort? Is chrome brave or firefox doing anything about floc?

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