How to disable third party cookies in Chrome
#1
Shudder.  I got lured/herded into using Chrome, and only now did I learn that third party cookies have been enabled this whole time.

Firefox disables third party cookies by default, but not Chrome!

Anyhow, here is a simple video showing how to disable third party cookies in Chrome in case anybody here needs to take care of this:   

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iwwx_LLnRkM

Oh, and the way I found out I had third party cookies enabled was by going to  'what is my browser dot com'... 
You can check with any browser.

That's all, folks - have a good day!
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#2
Oh my God.

I didn't know anything about this.

I begrudgingly use Chrome on one of my devices.

Thank you for this thread.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#3
That was easy!
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#4
Flower 
You're welcome!  I am quite horrified that Chrome has been doing this all year but yes, at least it's easy to adjust once you know.

Also, thank *you* for warning about those DNA ancestry tests... that was a close call, don't know how I could have been so clueless.   I was even going to get one of those kits for somebody as a gift.  OMG, thanks for setting me straight!
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#5
Hey, I didn't even notice that a thread about ancestry/DNA testing is right here, right now.
I changed my mind when you first featured all of those different videos of people who had taken those
tests and were filming their reactions.
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#6
You are so welcome.

I know they make it seem so attractive...

Nobody can be blamed for falling into the "trap"... it's all a matter of being informed.

People just don't want to assume the worst, and they are taken advantage of.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#7
Popcorn 
meh...
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#8
Dancing Banana 
Guest?!

Do you disapprove of us disabling our 3rd party cookies?!

Who do you work for?!
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#9
I just use plugins. These two are available for all desktop and mobile browsers:

uBlock Origin
Privacy Badger

The latter detects when a third-party site is tracking you from site to site and automagically blocks their cookies.

There's a thread where we discussed all of this too. lol
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#10
Dancing Banana 
What haven’t we talked about at this point?!
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#11
(02-06-2019, 07:08 PM)Trix Wrote: Guest?!

Do you disapprove of us disabling our 3rd party cookies?!

Who do you work for?!

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