huh?! I thought the _nocookie_ in the domain meant that the website wouldn't put any cookies in my browser.
oh, wait, this is #google we're talking about - there's no google-owned domain that you can hit without getting tracking cookies embedded into your browser.
I cleaned up my very-over-#paranoid list of #privacy-related #BrowserExtensions, re-arranged a few, changed the #theme to reflect the system's default and now my browser's address bar doesn't feel suffocated anymore.
A quick #Fediverse kind-of-cheatsheet screenshot-ted from fediverse.network's footer.
PS : switching.social, distsn.org is inaccessible at the time of writing.
PPS : yes, I visited each link ( and spent 2 hours just playing around with them )
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