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Status: Fixed
Buried. Ping if important.
Closed: Dec 2017
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OS: Linux , Android , Windows , Chrome , Mac
Pri: 3
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Issue 767813: Deprecate/remove `<meta http-equiv="set-cookie" ...>`

Reported by, Sep 22 2017 Project Member

Issue description

`<meta http-equiv="set-cookie" ...>` provides a mechanism for manipulating a host's cookies via markup. Ideally, we would require access to a host's HTTP headers, or script-execution capabilities to modify this data. Based on usage numbers, this might be doable.

Comment 2 by, Sep 26 2017

Status: Started (was: Assigned)
Deprecated in 63; aiming to remove in 65.

Comment 3 by, Nov 10 2017

Labels: Hotlist-EnamelAndFriendsFixIt

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Comment 6 by, Dec 21 2017

Labels: M-65
Status: Fixed (was: Started)
This should be shipping in 65.

Comment 7 by, Aug 17

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The following revision refers to this bug:

commit 94ec17be028f348f27d6e754f1e3fa33b29011f9
Author: Eric Willigers <>
Date: Fri Aug 17 03:15:16 2018

Retire BlockMetaSetCookie runtime flag

M65 removed the ability to manipulate a host's cookies via markup.

BUG= 767813 

Change-Id: Ib201015bb2cf570da299630c9edaaf674068114c
Reviewed-by: Mike West <>
Commit-Queue: Eric Willigers <>
Cr-Commit-Position: refs/heads/master@{#583951}

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