Google begins test to phase out third-party cookies

04/01/2024 | The Register

Google is set to commence publicly testing a new version of its Chrome web browser that will eliminate third-party cookies by default. The experiment is expected to involve around 30 million users, which equates to roughly one per cent of its user base. The move is part of the company's Privacy Sandbox initiative to phase out third-party cookies in the second half of 2024.

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