Hey @StarbucksUK and @TrustArc if you get rid of the unnecessary timeouts there won't be any need for this processing "status". This only happens when you customise your privacy settings, can you explain that? Funny how some dark patterns are just accepted.
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they're going to excuse themselves that they are just bad with asynchronous stuff and that was the only thing that fixed bugs. lots of software adding 1.5 second timeouts to everything these days as asynchronicity is omnipresent

11:11 AM ยท Sep 12, 2021

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And nobody should buy it. This didn't come about from a bug, this delayed behaviour had to be an explicit requirement.
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Some poor contractor wanted to have Starbucks on their resume so bad they just did the bad thing the PM told them to do.
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Doesnt excuse them from being fined imo. Incompetence is costly an this case failed to ensure necessary performance.
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Which I would only believe if the privacy mode timeout was shorter or equal to the non-privacy mode.
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