GitHub, Microsoft’s open source hosting site, has just announced that it will clean up unnecessary cookies on the platform from now on. For visitors, cookie banner will no longer be seen on GitHub’s main site and subdomains. “No one likes cookie banners, but they are always everywhere,” Friedman, chief executive of GitHub, wrote in a statement today. < / P > < p > however, even if the directive gives users the right to reject cookies, the prompt bar at the bottom of the page still affects the browsing experience of the web page. < p > < p > Friedman added: GitHub is committed to protecting the privacy of developers and found the cookie banner really annoying, so we decided to look for a solution. < / P > < p > after a brief exploration, we have found a fairly simple way to avoid this trouble by giving up any unnecessary cookies. < / P > < p > obviously, for a large service website like GitHub, it may be easier to cancel cookies than most other websites. < / P > < p > in addition, GitHub also has a payment based product service, and users may block tracking and unnecessary cookies through browser extensions. < / P > < p > after weighing the pros and cons, GitHub might as well cancel the unnecessary cookies collection to further improve the visitors’ browsing experience. Global Tech