Google delays end of third-party cookies

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Google has delayed the end of cookies twice now: originally they were due to be killed in Chrome this year, then 2023. Now, the axe has been held till 2024
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Google has delayed the end of cookies twice now: originally they were due to be killed in Chrome this year, then 2023. Now, the axe has been held till 2024

Company will keep baking cookies till 2024

Google has pushed back its self-imposed deadline to stop using third party cookies in Chrome from 2023 to the end of 2024, 'in response to feedback from the industry'. Google had originally inte...

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