Partnering with Fastly—Oblivious HTTP relay for FLEDGE’s 𝑘-anonymity server

FLEDGE is a Privacy Sandbox proposal to serve remarketing and custom audience use cases, designed with the intent of preventing third-parties from tracking user browsing behavior across sites. The browser will provide protection against microtargeting, by only rendering an ad if the same rendering URL is being shown to a sufficiently large number of people. […]

WP Briefing: Episode 51: Is Routine a Rut?

On Episode fifty-one of the WordPress Briefing podcast, join WordPress Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy as she makes a case for why routine is a good thing– in life and in the WordPress project. Have a question you’d like answered? You can submit them to, either written or as a voice recording. Credits Editor: Dustin […]

Participate in deprecation trial for unpartitioned third-party storage, Service Workers, and Communication APIs

Beginning gradually in Chrome 113, storage, service workers, and communication APIs will be partitioned in third-party contexts. In addition to being isolated by the same-origin policy, the affected APIs used in third-party contexts would also be separated by the site of the top-level context. Sites that haven’t had time to implement support for third-party storage […]