how to keep the wrong sorts of people out of your place
25 April 2021
How to keep the wrong sorts of people out of your place, using Google FLoC.
- Post a FLoC checker QR code.
Make everybody scan it when they come in.
Check their phones.
Green: good cohort
Red: bad or missing cohort. If they turned off FLoC or installed an alt-browser, they're probably hiding that they're in a bad cohort.
Blue: Apple Safari, you figure it out.
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