• Google has offered the UK government full oversight of its plan to abandon third-party cookies in Chrome, which sent the ad industry into a tailspin

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Sundar Pichai's Google has offered the CMA oversight of its plans to drop the use of third-party cookies.
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    Google has offered UK officials full oversight of its plans to ditch third-party cookies in Chrome.
    The tech giant's move to drop third-party cookies sent the ad industry into a tailspin last year.
    The UK's CMA could soon have the power to block Chrome changes for up to 60 days.
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