I don’t think Sears has to read the cookie at all: they tell Criteo they want to email all users who have visited the site, Criteo then checks their logs, identifies the users who have visited sears.com, and then looks up their email address from the partner who has it.
I don’t think Sears has to read the cookie at all: they tell Criteo they want to email all users…
fred benenson
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  • First disable third-party cookies in your browser settings, disable flash completely and next use a strict ad-blocker. You’ll be able to avoid this kind of tracking until most third party data brokers switch to another method of tracking you across the web.
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