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The Deprecation of Third-Party Cookies

Google has announced its plan to disable third-party cookies by default in Chrome, a step that will reshape the landscape of online tracking and user privacy. This change is part of a broader effort to enhance user privacy and security on the web.

Third-Party Cookies Deprecation

Understanding Third-Party Cookies

Third-Party Cookies are data snippets generated and placed on a user's device by a website different from the one the user is actively visiting. This practice has been widely used for cross-site authentication, behavior and performance tracking, and the delivery of customized ads.

How Third-Party Cookies Work

Any embedded external resources can be utilized to set third-party cookies.

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