What about the content that can be inserted in blog posts via media embeds?
The major publishing and social platforms provide options for turning off tracking for embedded content. For example, on YouTube, open a video, click
< > Embed, and then mark
Enable privacy-enhanced mode. On Twitter, open a tweet, click
</> Embed Tweet, click
set customization options, and finally mark
Opt-out of tailoring Twitter. These are actions a user manualy takes when sharing, but these features are likely supported also by the respective APIs.
When using media embeds in posts, does Write.as generate the non-tracking version of the embedding code? Does that code involve third-party cookies?