Is it just us that is affected by safari 12 ITP

With the recent safari 12 release, apple has enabled ITP, which essentially is a machine learning system designed to block all tracking cookies. We use a third party Indentity provider to handle our registrations and authentication. This provider uses openid connect, which essentially relies on third party cookies for managing SSO between multiple domains. If in case the authication domain is black listed by ITP, it breaks the entire SSO flow.

Was wondering if any of the dev s here are affected, and if yes what workarounds were used to mitigate the problem.

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