TranceSeven, I'm sorry for the yahoo cookies. I've struggled to find information on TrustPid, even though it looks like the rollout in Europe is substantial.
This article (which loaded without asking me to accept anything in a browser protected by noscript) https://crast.net/80482/movistar-and-orange-have-already-activated-the-trustpid-supercookie-in-spain-to-track-their-customers-this-is-how-you-can-deactivate-it/ -- says:
**TrustPid takes care of track users by assigning a fixed IP to each one to identify your preferences and interests in order to create commercial profiles that operators sell to advertisers. Of course, without revealing details that can identify users. That is, it saves information during web browsing, such as cookies, but stores the data at the mobile Internet service provider (ISP) level.
TrustPid collects data during web browsing and stores it at the mobile Internet service provider (ISP) level.
As we said, cannot be disabled or blocked from web browser settings or by hiding IP addresses. Customers must revoke their consent through a data protection portal enabled for it.**