I have mentioned before that I have all cookies blocked on the phone. It’s a bit of a faff sometimes, I mean if I really need to access a site that requires a login or similar I need to re-enable cookies, do whatever I needed to do, then block cookies again, but it’s no big deal really.
And it is interesting to see what websites do not even need cookies to function, as well as which websites are so badly constructed that they do not even render anything with cookies blocked. Oh yes, and those websites that throw up a cookie banner but which still work once you are past that, of course with no actual cookies having been set.
As an example, I just visited a well known petition website to add my name. It showed the usual cookie warnings which I ignored and managed to sign the petition with no issues at all. I have an email confirmation so it worked just fine.
This brings me back to my question, should any website need to set any cookies before you enter a part that actually requires them to be set? I still say no.