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Google set to phase out web-tracking cookies:

Google is set to get rid of “cookies” on its popular browser used to monitor user’s online activities. According to the tech giant, its Sandbox program would keep allowing advertisers to deliver targeted messages, but users will no longer have the fear of being monitored by snippets of code called “cookies” as they use the Chrome browser.

Chrome director of engineering Justin Schuh had this to say, “We are confident that with continued iteration and feedback, privacy-preserving and open-standard mechanisms like the Privacy Sandbox can sustain a healthy, ad-supported web in a way that will render third-party cookies obsolete.”


David Folami is from Nigeria, Ogun State to be precise. He is a tech lover and an upcoming musician. He works as a content writer for JBKlutse where he covers technology and lifestyle news. He adores a productive time online.

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