> On Mar 6, 2020, at 6:59 PM, Patrick Griffis wrote:
> On 2020-03-06 6:51 pm, John Wilander wrote:
>> Hi Patrick!
>> Thanks for bringing this up. I’ll share my view of where we are.
>> First of all, cookies mostly live in the http layer so
Thanks for bringing this up. I’ll share my view of where we are.
First of all, cookies mostly live in the http layer so the various WebKit ports
would have to work this out independently to some extent. Maybe libcurl and
libsoup have readily available APIs for this?
> On Feb 23, 2020, at 5:02 PM, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:
> V2, with stronger privacy language.
> WebKit is an open source Web content engine for browsers and other
> 14 We value real-world web compatibility, standards
nd discuss it with some people that will know better than me and
>> try to get a better picture.
>> On 2019-10-10 17:32, John Wilander wrote:
>>> Hi Chris!
>>> Canvas is a very popular GPU finger
Canvas is a very popular GPU fingerprinting vector and allowing it offscreen
sounds like a more convenient way to perform such an attack on user privacy. Do
you know if Blink or Gecko have elaborated on this? What is your assessment?
Given the cross-engine effort to fight device
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