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Published 6 months ago with 4 Comments

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  • Gozzin
    +3

    I won't miss them any more than I miss advertisements.

  • StarFlower
    +2

    An interesting analysis. I would have loved to know what specific technologies they foresee as replacing the cookie going forward ("people-based marketing") was rather vague. Also, there was no distinction made in the article between third-party cookies (which are typically non-essential to the ability to use the website) and first-party cookies (which are often rather more necessary to functions such as signing in to a website in the case of a website with user accounts). Some commentary on that would have been helpful also. None the less, I still enjoyed the article.

    • kxh
      +6

      I gather they were talking about various kinds of fingerprinting and data matching.

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