Google Chrome will replace third-party cookies with tracking that's less intrusive

Found 49 days ago at PC World

Google has pledged to crack down on third party cookies in its Chrome browser for over a year now , taking progressive steps to weed out the code that collects data about you and shares it with the site youre visiting. Cookies can be helpful in storing your user name and password, or saving your shopping cart; but they can also be used to serve up ads as you browse, making it feel creepily like...

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