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Upcoming privacy updates: removal of the Activity data section and Google conversion pixel deprecation

A clarification question. The first point you are planning to remove states that "Stack Overflow never sells or shares your activity data with third parties." Some time ago ColleenV pointed ...
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Upcoming privacy updates: removal of the Activity data section and Google conversion pixel deprecation

For the second section, these preferences are managed via the cookie consent preference center which can be accessed by selecting “Cookie Settings” in the site footer. Are they? Cookie Settings lets ...
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Is implying moderator misconduct a violation of code of conduct?

As previously mentioned in our correspondence, which you've cited, the correct procedure for addressing concerns about moderator behavior is to use the "Contact Us" link located at the ...
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Upcoming privacy updates: removal of the Activity data section and Google conversion pixel deprecation

I'm assuming the privacy policy will be updated as part of this change to remove references to controlling privacy settings in the user's Account Settings, so here are a few places I found some ...
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Why is there no way to upgrade a half-bounty to a full bounty after 7 days? Maybe some way should be implemented?

You're spending reputation for attention, and the 'half' bounty is meant to reward the best answer if none of the answers suited your needs. And you know what? No one ought to be mad at you if you ...
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Upcoming privacy updates: removal of the Activity data section and Google conversion pixel deprecation

Please don't call this streamlining In an effort to provide a uniform and compliant solution, as well as to streamline the data privacy experience, ... Before: click a link, download data. After: ...
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Is attribution required for machine-generated text when posting on Stack Exchange?

Note that I'm not necessarily talking about copying answers from ChatGPT/GPT-3+ verbatim. One could also start from an answer generated by ChatGPT and then edit it to become a high-quality SE answer ...
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