Mozilla has responded to the Competition Markets Authority's (CMA) consultation on Google's commitments for its Chrome Privacy Sandbox initiative. Mozilla said that the CMA should "work towards creating a high baseline of privacy protections and an even playing field," while Google "should not be restricted from deploying limitations on the use of third-party cookies for pervasive web tracking." In a similar response, the Open Rights Group emphasised a number of issues about the substance of Google's commitments.
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