Google to whack third-party tracking cookies - but you'll have to wait until 2022

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Google becomes a late convert to web privacy...

Google shifts position on tracking cookies and announces plans to tackle 'browser fingerprinting'

Google has backtracked on third-party tracking cookies and promised to eradicate them in its Chrome web browser - but users will have to wait until 2022 before the company gets round to it. It represents...

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