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"The purpose of the Clearinghouse is not to list “every single site on the Internet,” McDonald said. “It’s too hard for people to individually decide which sites to allow or block … We’re looking to get to a common point where most people are and let individuals manage those exceptions on their own.”" Read more about Cookie Clearinghouse Director: 'Surveillance Sales' Will Have To Go
""Today Mozilla is committing to work with Aleecia [McDonald of CIS] and the CCH Advisory Board, whose members include Opera Software, to develop the CCH so that browsers can use its lists to manage exceptions to a visited-based third-party cookie block," Eich said." Read more about Mozilla plotting block- and allow-lists for tracking Firefox cookies
"After a period of review, Firefox decided to go ahead with plans to block third-party cookies for its new version of the web browser. The non-profit organization, Mozilla, will work with Aleecia McDonald of the Center for Internet and Society and the Cookie Clearinghouse (CCH) to manage blocked and allowed cookies." Read more about Third-Party Blocking Moves Forward For Mozilla’s Firefox Browser
""Internet users are starting to understand that their online activities are closely monitored, often by companies they have never heard of before," said Aleecia McDonald, the director of privacy at CIS who is spearheading the effort." Read more about Stanford joins Mozilla in war on cookies