also whenever i say no it just redirects me to another subdomain and asks again

folks! spare me the takes on how the web is ruined and back in your day all you had was tables and you were perfectly happy

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it's clear to me that they don't care about stopping bots, they're just trying to get notifications permissions, probably so they can send some notifications later that look like facebook or gmail and trick people into giving up their passwords

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@codl u running ublock origin? you might be able to block the specific script that's doing this

(i often disable js for entire domains w/ umatrix but that unfortunately breaks a ton of sites nowadays, the won't even load)

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