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First, [Google]’s continuing to argue that third-party cookies are actually fine, and companies like Apple and Mozilla who would restrict trackers’ access to user data will end up harming user privacy. This argument is absurd. But unfortunately, as long as Chrome remains the most popular browser in the world, Google will be able to single-handedly dictate whether cookies remain a viable option for tracking most users.

eff.org/deeplinks/2019/08/dont

@alcinnz lmao ignoring that fingerprinting can be blocked along with cookies can only be done out of malice

@espectalll Well now I'm left wondering how/if Google will respond to these responses tearing their blogpost apart?

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