Google wants to make third-party cookies obsolete

Google wants to make third-party cookies obsolete

Google is planning to end support for third-party cookies, which fuel much of the digital advertising ecosystem, in its Chrome browser within two years, as it tries to satisfy increased privacy demands from users. Through the Privacy Sandbox, Google aims to let advertisers still display personalized ads without users giving up too much of their personal data or browser history.

Daniel McEwen
Daniel McEwen 3 days

Google says: Only WE get to follow you around the web and know everything about your life.

Nicholas Noel
Nicholas Noel 3 days

Google wants to be your only stalker

Timothy 3 days

Google is still playing follow the leader, Safari did this years ago. But props to Google for moving, at least in the regard, in the right direction.

Paul N
Paul N 3 days

And... replace them with their own more dangerous ones...

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 2 days

still going with duck duck go where I can

Ywacch 3 days

Google is a yandere

FirstCensorshipThenJail 2 days

largest spyware company on the planet wants to become the only spyware company on the planet and control advertising globally. Time to ditch google and all it products. Google is evil. Stop funding communists. stop using their soyware.

Wholly 3 days

Google owns all the cookies... Subscribe for access.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 2 days

only thing going through their minds now is: PUT THE COOKIE DOWN, NOW!!

Seed 2 days

What's the other side of the story?

IvoryDove 2 days

Make ALL cookies obsolete. The benefit of cookies is outweighed by the abuse.

michael zubas
michael zubas 2 days

GOOD! they are A big time Computer Security Risk.

Jammi 2 days

Apple has been doing this for a good while and also provides highly efficient blocking specific APIs for extension developers.

Indo 3 days

Well its about time somebody did. Its the easiest way to track everything for your own gains.

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