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Does youtube know what you've been doing elsewhere?

Posted 02-07-2015 at 10:43 PM by the dsc
Updated 02-07-2015 at 10:44 PM by the dsc (grammer, me guess)

I'm a recovering addict in chess (not any good though, just enough to experiment some of the sweet taste ov victory, sometimes), and every now and then I have a relapse. I used to watch some chess videos on youtube, but sometime ago I unsubscribed those channels, deleted the chess-related history for a bunch of "pages" back, and I've been marking "not interested" in chess-related suggestions, and they were decreasing in number.

But now, yesterday, I had some binge-chess playing, going directly to the chess site, not searching for one in google, and today when I went to youtube's homepage, there were chess-related suggestions again, and I hadn't seen them in a good while!

That's probably the sort of things that lead some countries to have those cookie-warning laws.
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