Lots of people have been spreading the often-unnecessary advice to add a Permissions-Policy response header to their sites, and some have been going so far as to ask FLOSS maintainers to patch their software to make this the default.
If you read the actual proposals and W3C specs, you’ll find a different story.
Everybody: please calm down, take a deep breath, and read before you make such prescriptive advice.
FLoC is terrible, but telling everyone to add a magic “opt-out header” in every situation conveys a misunderstanding of everything you need to know about the opt-in/out process.
This may be an even better option, or addition. Just display in a banner what FLOC is, show users how to en/disable it, and let them decide. Make visible what is hidden.
Someone explain to me why that is not illegal ( inside trading ):
"July 22: Congressmen Mo Brooks, Ed Perlmutter and Mike Conaway all bought Pfizer stocks in June/July right before the US gov signed a $1.95 billion vaccine contract"
That's a first I think:
FBI authorized to login to compromised servers to remove the backdoor.
Critical #Zoom vulnerability triggers remote code execution without user input
Don't worry Signal won't have "ads" just features to helpfully suggest you purchase a coin they've premined 100% of, still own 80% of, and is only traded on one exchange.
A. Embarrassingly, cringey levels of scumbaggery
B. Real convenient for a "nonprofit"
Be careful where you store your keys. Apparently in the US you are now guilty until proven innocent and/or have no right to privacy. In particular the FBI can raid and confiscate any safe deposit boxes they want.