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Advertisers Balk At Google’s Plan To Kill Third-Party Cookies

WebProNews Thursday, 16 January 2020
In what is a surprise to no one, advertisers are begging Google not to kill third-party cookies in Chrome, according to CNBC. Google announced earlier this week its plans to phase out third-party cookies within two years. The company is trying to improve user privacy, while at the same time addressing the needs of advertisers,…

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