Google announced the removal of the web surfing feature that has existed for 3 decades

 

They can be used to track users' website visits, which will now be removed by Google.

Google has just announced that it is starting to test a new feature called Tracking Protection - a default setting that helps users limit cross-web tracking by restricting websites' access to third-party cookies.

Users will receive a notification when they are opted in to the Tracking Protection test.

Users will receive a notification when they are opted in to the Tracking Protection test.

Google said it will roll out this feature to 1% of Chrome users globally, thereby marking an important milestone for its Privacy Sandbox initiative, aimed at eliminating cookies. third parties for all users in the second half of 2024. Widespread roll-out will be subject to resolution of competition issues from the UK Competition and Markets Authority.

Third-party cookies have been an important part of websites for nearly three decades. They can be used to track users' website activity, but websites also use them to deliver more optimized online experiences such as helping users log in or displaying related ads. mandarin.

Participants in the Tracking Protection test will be selected at random. When selected to participate, users will receive a notification when accessing Chrome on a computer or Android device .

With just this simple action, third-party cookies will be restricted by default, minimizing the possibility of being tracked across different websites.

If a site doesn't work without third-party cookies and Chrome detects that the user is having trouble (for example, having to reload the page multiple times), the user will receive a notification allowing them to temporarily re-enable it. third-party cookies for that site via the eye icon to the right of the address bar.

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