TechnologyGoogle defends split attempts to replace tracking cookies

Google defends split attempts to replace tracking cookies

Google has moved to clarify its approach to developing new technologies to replace third-party tracking cookies, an effort designed to inject a higher level of aggregate In the digital advertising series.

At a press event attended by Pro radar technologyMatt Britten, Google’s president for Europe, Middle East and Africa, answered questions about the course of the Privacy Sandbox project and criticisms from privacy advocates.

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