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When will apple, google, and microsoft start hardcoding a uuids into http headers on their browsers for tracking purposes?
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Please don't say things like this.
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seems redundant, the OS is already tracking everything (you) do.
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What about metadata tracking APIs provided by google for a third party ad framework? They're missing out on some real serious money. Any new ad network could be paying them for metadata. Adblocking would be useless, tracking cookies would be a thing of the past. Users could be served adlib articles featuring their favorite people and products, and google would get none of the blame. They would not be doing anything "unethical" directly. Think of the cash.




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