Legislation, in particular in the European Union, has led to a proliferation of “Cookie Banners.” Warning banners that either ask you for blanket permission to set cookies or, in some cases, provide you with some control as to what cookies you do allow. These regulations emerged after advertisers made excessive use of HTTP Cookies to track users across different sites. But in my opinion, these measures are often implemented poorly. Changes in browsers have made cookies far less menacing than they have been in the past due to changes made in browsers. Other tracking technologies are bound to replace cookies and, in some cases, already have.
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