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As Google's self-imposed "late 2023" deadline to kill all third party cookies in its Chrome browser looms, the giant has handed in its first quarterly Privacy Sandbox report to the UK's competition regulator. As a reminder, the Competition Market's Authority (CMA) took exception to Google's Privacy Sandbox cookie cull amid …

  1. NoneSuch Silver badge
    FAIL

    Google reporting on privacy is like Casanova recommending Chastity Belts to husbands.

  2. JimPoak

    More like google.

    Unlikely that Google to give ground until you read this:-

    "allow related domain names to declare themselves as the same first-party."

    Now that sounds like Google. In essence cookies from domains that they own will be allowed with no decrease in volume.

    Break out the pitch forks

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