Google delays plan to kill third-party cookies on Chrome for two years

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Google plans to replace cookies with machine learning algorithms and tokens - but critics argue that its plan will hurt the open web

Google says it is delaying plans to introduce its Privacy Sandbox initiative to phase out third-party cookies from the Chrome browser for about two years. The company says it needs more time to 'ge...

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