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So-called cross-site cookies

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If the browser privacy is supposed to block cross-site cookies, EVEN WITH enhanced tracking prevention and permanent browsing mode enabled, why doesn't it do its job? I still have to go in and revoke the cookie and place that address in the "exceptions - cookies & site data" to block and the same address STILL comes right back. If that feature isn't going to work, there's no point in offering it.

I love Firefox (use it on all devices), but unless an option will actually do what it's supposed to do, don't offer it.

If the browser privacy is supposed to block cross-site cookies, EVEN WITH enhanced tracking prevention and permanent browsing mode enabled, why doesn't it do its job? I still have to go in and revoke the cookie and place that address in the "exceptions - cookies & site data" to block and the same address STILL comes right back. If that feature isn't going to work, there's no point in offering it. I love Firefox (use it on all devices), but unless an option will actually do what it's supposed to do, don't offer it.

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Firefox might consider some cross-site cookies important enough to keep them as the website might not work properly.

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if i don't want "cross-site cookies" on facebook.com do i click the "Allowed X"? in my screenshot examples, i'm not clear (mac pc) 1. is FB is getting access to google cross-site cookies 2. is google getting access to FB cross-site cookies 3. any website in URL Bar shares with all "Cross-site Cookies" list

i've read several of the informative other similar posted topics but they r all closed so i post here.

i use Brave also which sells itself as best in privacy but it doesn't alert me there r cross-site cookies being used, so i included that screenshot. would u all feel firefox is the best on market for user protections? i have Ghostery free always active on firefox.

i did see in other topics that (some sites need/use cross-site cookies) so u have to allow for sites to function, meaning user must allow. that means allowing that site to allow the one "good" cross-site cookie also allows all the other nefarious cross-site cookies the corporation coded in?

thank you for all you educated concerned users helping us out!

on several cross-site topics, i see lots of great info with many confused user like me. i was a programmer, now wordpress website designer, and i have no time and no mental ability to figure this out. what i can say is i DO NOT WANT CORPORATIONS SPYING ON ME and gaining access to my life which i and no one would consent to if they knew it were happening. it's disgraceful american politicians r allowing this to happen. (i'm aware the EU has better regulations on corporations). do i have to be a Rocket Scientist to achieve not being spied on?