Thanks both @289wk and @fanboynz for your advice. I have tried that “Easylist-Cookie List - Filter Obtrusive Cookie Notices” and that has stopped the query which is great.
HOWEVER what does that mean? Does it mean that I get stuck with their default cookie settings (which Brave may block) or that I only get the minimum necessary cookies or…? Will the result vary from site to site?
Is it normal/standard to only have essential, peformance, functionality, targeting cookie categories? Can Brave be set to choose which categories, other than essential, are allowed?
I’m curious about this too. I couldn’t extrapolate the answer from the information given so asking again. Sorry if the information is there and just not interpreting correctly!
Will the cookie message block using Easylist Cookie work by only allowing Strictly Necessary Cookies and automatically blocking the other preferences? In other words, will Targeting/Performance/Functional cookies be disabled by default?
We can’t target specific cookies, we’ll just prevent as many cookie messages from showing as much as possible. If there is any webcompat issues (where a site needs a user to consent to a message), we’ll allow it.