Clean up the web!

Developers, it’s time for you to choose a side: will you help rid the web of privacy-invading tracking or be complicit in it?

@aral Hey, I like your website about raising awareness about this issue.

I’d like to share my own take on this issue with you however.

Instead of complying with Google and kindly asking them to not track your site with the interest-cohort=() policy, I suggest giving users that visit your site with with a FLoC enabled browser a popup asking them to install a different browser.


@ricardo Would you consider doing both? That way, you will also help protect people who may be forced to use Chrome. (e.g., if they lack the technical know-how to install a different browser or if they’re forced to use Chrome for work, etc.)

That said, a banner campaign is also a good idea.

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