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- Firefox's cookie handling is now substantially more difficult - perhaps deliberately discouraging.
- Firefox plug-in's that I use - not that many at all - but were mostly made DOA when they changed their plugin format. Two of three were privacy-enforcing plugins. Hmmmmm.
WaterFox has not done the above to me. At least so far.
Actually, I am much more pissed off by those sites pretending to accept that I reject cookies, but when I check after I have left the site, there is a whole bunch of new cookies, both from the site I visited and from a bunch of companies advertising on that site.
it is the first time I see it would be so long to reject all and I renounce.
Oh, there are several, many of which are very popular sites in the tech field.
A hosts file can be a solution, but then I first have to compile the list "partners" to verify they all are on my hosts file
I don't bother with that; I 127.0.0.1 or 0.0.0.0 the sites that make me go to multiple sites to block their cookies (even though I've probably already blocked most of the third-party cookies).
What these sites don't seem to realise is that they need us more than we need them. For every site on the Interwebs, there are dozens of alternatives we can visit instead, but the number of people willing to visit each site is finite.
Every site you block, every clickbait link you don't click, is a lesson to them.
A movie from 1929 that shows the launch of a three stage rocket to fly to the moon. Earlier in the movie they even showed the flight path of the rocket through the Lagrangian point[^]. And the movie uses a countdown for the first time.