Megan Geuss, reporting for Ars Technica:
Blocking third-party cookies would not be new or unheard of among
browsers; Apple’s Safari already rejects cookies from third
parties. In a blog post on Friday, Mayer called the Firefox patch
“a slightly relaxed version of the Safari policy.” Chrome allows
all cookies, and Internet Explorer blocks some third-party
cookies, although not all.
For some reason I don’t expect Chrome to get on board with this.
★ Monday, 25 February 2013