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New Blog Post: Opting your Website out of Google's Network

paramdeo.com/blog/opting-your-

You can remove your website from Google's FLoC rollout by altering HTTP response headers.

@oedmarap Does the meta tag on GitHub pages have to be included on every separate .html file or does adding it only to index.html suffice?

@stardust Hey, someone commented to point out that the <meta> tag option is actually not feasible.

I've since amended the blog post stating as much, and linking to the following issues that discuss it:

github.com/w3c/webappsec-permi

github.com/w3c/webappsec-permi

So, until GitHub pages adds support for custom headers, the few types of headers that are valid via <meta> tags does not include "Permissions-Property".

You can always switch to Netlify perhaps (it can build from GitHub directly).

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