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eldk opened this issue Jun 16, 2018 · 3 comments


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commented Jun 16, 2018

Hello, is widely use.

Some info of the meaning of nocookie that's not meaning that no cookies are used :
but that the viewing and suggestion will be contextual and not behaviourial.

So cookies are not used for behavioural purpose. But 'super' cookies (stored in LSO) are sent to user browser and identify its device.

Is there a way to count them as they are not stored in visited website domain but



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commented Jun 16, 2018

i dont see how js can count this ....


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commented Jun 16, 2018

Not possible. Only a browser extension (Adblocker) can manage cookie outside the main domain.

Edit: security feature, if I embed a PayPal button on my website I can't access PayPal cookie from my market, looks legit ;-)


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commented Jun 28, 2018


So, when service is allowed and tarteaucitron.js says no cookies, that's not right.

There is no cookie file, but a ‘Super’ cookie is stored in LSO.

Maybe this should be "hardcoded" and cookie number too.

I'll look for a solution, and test it

I have not verified, but I think this is the case too for Google+, Facebook Like Box ...



// youtube via oembed/spip = {
    "key": "spipoembedyoutube",
    "type": "video",
    "name": "YouTube via SPIP-Oembed",
    "uri": "",
    'optOutSlug':'Contrôler le profilage pour tous les services Google.',
    "needConsent": true,
    "cookies": ['yt-player-bandwidth', 'yt-player-two-stage-token', 'yt-remote-connected-devices', 'yt-remote-device-id'],




"number": function () {

"checkCount": function (key) {

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