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Google says it will phase out web-tracking 'cookies'

Energy Daily Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Google says it will phase out web-tracking 'cookies'San Francisco (AFP) Jan 14, 2020

Google on Tuesday said is making progress in its quest to vanquish third-party "cookies" on its popular browser used to track people's online activities, a focus of many privacy activists. The online giant said its "Sandbox" program would still allow advertisers the ability to deliver targeted messages, while also sparing people from being tracked by snippets of code called "cookies" when th
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