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On the tracker numbers front, they found that the average number of trackers per page dropped by almost 4% for EU web users from April to July.
Whereas the opposite was true in the US, with the average number of trackers per page rose by more than 8 percent over the same period.
If you consider that, in the EU, you have to receive an explicit agreement from visitors to use trackers, a 4% decrease is very-very small...
I wonder if it's such a relatively low number because people are sick of seeing popups and just want to get to the content. I know I am.