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So many sites do:
“Here are cookie, advertising, tracking policies. Here is an OK button.”
After not clicking the ok button but attempting to continue:
“You must agree to our tracking policy”
That is explicitly not allowed/illegal under GDPR.
American companies including the Washington Post really have a damn hard time wrapping their head around that an agreement means you can decline to agree to it, and GDRP says refusing to be tracked is not grounds for a site to refuse service.
Get out your tin foil hats
If you're a medical professional and you refuse to perform a perfectly legal task requested by your patient, like birth control prescriptions, vaccinations, abortions, assisted death, etc... you shouldn't be a medical professional.
And here is an icosahedron in its natural habitat
Don't let anyone rent space in your head unless they are a good tenant.
Internet, 2002; claiming that you're over 18 so that websites will let you in.
Internet, 2018: claiming that you're under 16 and in the EU so that websites cannot track your data
"The Right to Repair has been hotly debated in recent months... Most major tech companies, including Apple and Microsoft, are opposed to the idea of letting users fix their own devices on the grounds that it poses a security risk to users."