Irish advertisers say they can adapt to Google’s cookie cull
Ad industry says it’s exploring solutions for a post-cookie world as the tech giant rules out replacing third-party data collection
Irish advertisers say they’re “plugged into” a new set of solutions for a post-cookie world, as marketers and publishers contend with the implications of a global shift away from online tracking.
Google this week confirmed it will not replace third-party cookies with new technologies designed to track users around the web, making “explicit” its commitment to moving away from contentious data-collection practices.
The move made headlines around the world,...
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EU officials and DPC staff details leaked in Facebook data breach
European justice commissioner and Germany’s chief federal privacy regulator among those affected
Tech View: Glorious failure as LG pulls the plug on smartphones
The exit of the electronics giant from the smartphone business deals a blow to the market’s diversity
Microchip exports increase 500 per cent in five years
Semiconductors, which account for 60 per cent of our trade with China, have now become Ireland’s fourth largest goods export
The chips are up: How Irish companies are cashing in on the microchip rush
Amid a global shortage of microchips, the EU and China are seeking to wrestle back control of their supply chains. And as the silicon wafers are now fundamental to so many industries, Ireland stands to benefit from what has quietly become its fourth-largest export