Google pushes back deadline for killing tracking cookies in Chrome


Google has published a revised timeline (opens in new tab) for ridding Chrome of third-party tracking cookies, the technology used to gather data on web users as they browse.

In a blog post (opens in new tab), the company explained it will now aim to begin sunsetting the controversial technology by the “second half of 2024”, which represents a delay of at least nine months.



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