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Cannot reject cookies and log in to work
My data is mine. I own it. I'm not cool with you installing cookies on my machine. I do not want to be tracked. I do not want to be served personalized experiences. I just want to work, in privacy, and in control of this one thing that is most decidedly mine---my data, which the possessive pronoun suggests belongs to me.
That includes the cookies you compel me to accept in order to log in and work. Is this legal? it shouldn't be. In fact, it's moves like this that lead to changes in legislation to prevent moves like this.
But maybe I'm wrong. So please explain how does one log into Onshape to work while still exercising their right to not be tracked? Excuse me if I'm irked, but I'd like to know. I like my rights respected. Don't you? Compelling us to accept cookies just to work is right next door to forcing us to forfeit our right to privacy.
If you can't tell from the image above, the cookie notice blocks the log in button and there is only one choice---Accept. What am I supposed to do---pretend I don't clearly see what's going on here? Not cool.