Safari Blocks Third-Party Cookies by Default

Safari joins privacy-focused web browsers like Tor and Brave in blocking third-party cookies by default in a move aimed at being a step forward for web privacy. Google, which announced moving in that direction in May 2019, will not support third-party cookie blocking by default for all Chrome users until 2022. Third-party cookie blocking by default may disable login fingerprinting, and some cross-site request forgery attacks.

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Being Our Authentic Selves at Work

Can we truly be our authentic selves at work, or are we at times covering? Covering takes energy and can isolate people; companies that foster authenticity and remove barriers that inhibit people from being themselves tend to be more successful.

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