And here's an archive of the old account @GDPRHallOfShame
Dark patterns much, mozilla? #DarkUX
Why do you care so much if I get an account? What do you fo with my data?
Adobe: judging by how "learn more" in the screenshot below is a link (!) and that after I click on it and then click "opt out all" in the next page the blue popup does not go away, I seriously doubt "I can withdraw consent any time"
Shame on you adobe.
TheMarySue does split the cookies to necessary and other categories but I can't find how to disable any of those...
Dark pattern galore on jamieoliver.com! Options are disabled but I' willing to bet that if you tap on "Accept Recommended Settings" it's going to turn them all on.
You have to tap on the almost invisible "Close" link below the fold if you want to opt out.
Active consent is now a must if your fridge wants to track you :
Wired, 1993: Rebels with a Cause - Your Privacy. "On the cover were Eric Hughes, Tim May, John Gilmore, holding up an American flag, faces hidden behind white mask, their PGP fingerprints written on the foreheads. Gilmore even sporting an newly-founded EFF T-shirt. (from Thomas Rid, CS Monitor)"
Wired, 2019: YOU'RE IN PRIVATE MODE. To continue using a private window, sign in or subscribe. The title of the article being denied reads "It's Time to Switch to a Privacy Browser. Ad trackers are out of control".
All this time the popup is still nagging and eats half of your screen. I return to the previous page as I'm not willing to disable cookies altogether. Guess what was hidden under that popup (or scrolled conveniently away I don't remember)
#GDPRHallOfShame, of course
Cases of GDPR "compliance" which are either non-compliant or use dark patterns to wrangle users into accepting "privacy" terms. Toots by @qwazix
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