Tech View: The cookie finally crumbles as Google calls a halt
Google is getting rid of third-party cookies in a move that highlights the need for a complete rethink on online advertising
Google’s plan to remove all third-party cookies is getting closer and it appears that there really is no going back.
The move promises a new era of improved personal data protection and, more importantly, will force advertisers to rethink how they operate in the digital sphere.
Third-party cookies are used by advertisers to track your movements across the internet, following you wherever you go to a better idea of your interests and work...
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