AA | Thursday, March 04, 2021 – 17:08 | Last Updated: 04 03 2021 – 17:08
Google announced that it will get rid of third-party cookies that enable online ads in early 2020 to meet increasing data privacy standards in the US and Europe.
In a statement on the company’s blog, it was promised that Google will no longer use other technologies to modify cookies or create features within Chrome that would allow it to access these data.
“We all need to do more to keep the Internet open and accessible to everyone and to protect privacy. This means the end of not only third-party cookies, but also any technology used to track individuals while browsing web pages,” the statement said. statements were shared.
Activists who advocate privacy have criticized technology companies, including Google, for using cookies to collect browsing records on their websites and developing profiles of interests to deliver personalized ads to users.