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Just disabled on my website cause you have to opt out and not opt in. That's some scummy shit there Google, but I guess it's on brand for them.

@cyberfarmer Is your website hosted on blogger or smth? Why would you need to opt out the website, and how could I do so myself

@joeligj12 I self host my stuff on apache, I had to set a custom header in the httpd config file. Plausible did a good piece on it which inspired my change plausible.io/blog/google-floc

@meisam @cyberfarmer I wonder how would I do this if my jekyll site is being hosted on netlify

@cyberfarmer @person google has always done this and will continue to do it doesnt matter how bad it is if they can get away with it, and they ALWAYS get away with it.

@cyberfarmer I am an old man learning html and css. I have a domain on a provider with just a index.html. What should I do?
This stuff goes inside the html file or on another file? Should I code something in my html to point to this file? Thanks a lot.

@Wylsym It varies a lot setup to setup, but its just setting an HTTP header to Permissions-Policy: interest-cohort=(). In Apache which is my backend I edited the /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file. But again its different for each server. As far as I know this has to be done in a separate file from any *.html

@cyberfarmer For those with , use mod_setenv and setenv.add-response-header += ( "Permissions-Policy" => "interest-cohort=()")

@cyberfarmer It’s #google. No surprise there.

Thanks for disabling #FloC on your website.

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