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Submission + - Notice from criteo.com (criteo.com)

Richard Rankin writes: "Your current setting blocks third party cookies set by websites you have not visited.We do not know if this is intentional — are you wishing to block services from third-parties such as Interest based advertising?"

Questioning my browser setting is absurd. Can I ignore any decision of yours by questioning whether you truly intended to make it?

Can I now ignore any and all privacy settings, warnings, etc. of Criteo Inc. and while doing so simply question their true intentions? How can I know that Criteo truly intended to make those decisions? I should be able to do as I please with Criteo's site and systems using the defense that Criteo does not consider any statements or contract of theirs to be enforceable until they have responded to my questioning of their true intention when making them, regardless of time until I ask for their confirmation and their response.

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