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Google rejects new tracking methods, says no plans to replace cookies

Thursday 4 March 2021 | 09:04 CET | News
Google has confirmed its plans to end the use of tracking cookies in Chrome and said it will not replace this with any similar technology. The company said internet users want a higher level of privacy, making investments in tracking techniques unsustainable. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Google
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