@theprivacyfoundation I never understood why I as a user must prove I'm human. Why not turning the cart around, and let the bots prove? Like, honeypotting them with hidden form fields the human visitor won't see? So if that puzzle is solved, the visitor just "proved" to be a bot – while the visiting human wouldn't even try to solve it as it cannot be seen. Problem solved – or did I miss something? Do such solutions exist?

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Damn that’s a great blog post. Bookmarked it in case I ever need to pick from a non-google captcha solution.

Also, really interested in the whole privacy pass thingy that they mentioned: privacypass.github.io/

I’ll definitely be checking that out

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