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Why Refusing Third-Party Cookies Will Be Worse for Privacy

sukria (via Tim Bunce):

It’s obvious that if all browsers drop third-party cookies by default, all the industry will move to fingerprinting and this will be even worse for the user: you can remove a cookie, you can see it, you can configure how you want your browser to deal with it. You can’t do that with fingerprinting.

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