Google talks to publishers about its Privacy Sandbox

15/08/2021 | Digiday

Since March, Google has been meeting with publishers to discuss its technologies in development as part of its Privacy Sandbox initiative. Google advertising and Chrome executives have engaged with around 20 publishers, some of whom represent Comscore 50 media organisations. “We are committed to open dialogue with publishers of all sizes as they develop strategies for the transition to a more privacy-centric web,” a Google spokesperson said.

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