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Re: 86% top websites expose visitors to 3rd-party track cookies
said by StuartMW:Smart phones like most droids don't allow for third party blocking on the default browser. Just to block "all cookies" option which is going to stop a lot of pages from working, so not really an option.
Doesn't almost every browser allow to block 3rd-party cookies?
If the percentage of people don't know/care to block them stays high this will keep manifesting (tablets/phones) leaving only the pc market who know and care, actively blocking them.
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said by ashrc4:Well using a smartphone/tablet allows you to be tracked not only virtually (via cookies) but physically (GPS and/or tower pinging) as well. In short they know what websites you've been to as well as where you go IRL.
Smart phones like most droids don't allow for third party blocking on the default browser.
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