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I've noticed that browsers have started auto-declining cookies, so perhaps you don't need the extension that accepts them. When I go to manually reject everything, the menus have changed so they're now rejected by default for a lot of websites. I assume the reasoning behind this is that everyone knows how awful cookies are, and so Google are devising a new way to monitor people instead.
https://www.techradar.com/news/google-is-trialling-its-first-alternative-to-tracking-cookies (this link also comes with a cookie warning, but if you don't click "Accept", you get taken to a menu where everything is rejected. However, many non-legitimate cookies are listed under "Legitimate Interest", so you'll need to Object All to truly reject them).
Anyway, Google's new thing seems to be called FLoC, the Federated Learning of Cohorts, and obviously it's treacherous and Orwellian but so are cookies. If Google can make cookies obsolete, then they'll get positive PR, plus they have a monopoly on their new replacement.