A cookie less future from Google

Google announced plans to make parts of the web “cookie-less.” A cookie less future from Google plan is to have Chromium browsers not accept cookies from third-party websites by default. This move would decrease performance tracking for marketers and create new opportunities for first-party data collection. However, it’s unclear when this will happen or how extensive these changes will be. For now, we’ll have to wait and see how this plays out. In the meantime, you can learn more about A cookie less future from Google here in future posts.  https://blog.google/ to sign up for the latest news from Google.

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