12/07/2021

Mozilla

Mozilla, ORG respond to CMA consultation on Google's Privacy Sandbox

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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