Google delays death of tracking cookies again, wants more time for “testing”

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Chrome's browser competitors Safari and Firefox have both been blocking third-party tracking cookies used by advertisers, by default, for over two years now. Google, the world's largest advertising company, totally wants to match its competition and reduce user tracking; it will just take a little longer to do it. Google's latest blog post details the second delay to the shutdown of third-party t...

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