The Competition and Markets Authority has accepted proposed changes made by Google about how it plans to phase out third-party cookies and replace them with new methods under its Privacy Sandbox. The CMA has formally accepted Google's improved commitments about developing new standards so that they don't harm competition or unfairly benefit the search giant's own advertising business.
Read the CMA press release.
The ICO also released a statement in response to the CMA announcement.
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