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No third-party cookies for the New York Times readers

The New York Times is preparing to give up the third-party cookies. In an interview for Digiday, The Times’ svp of ad innovation Allison Murphy mentioned they were working for “a third-party cookie-less future”. How the market will be without third-party…
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The real reason behind the Facebook look change

Users should say “Good bye!” to the actual Facebook look. Although the company did not announce it publicly, the design that has been the new default since May will become the only option, starting September. A simple notification So, the company did not make…
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The hidden secret about online ads: your personal data

The hidden secret that you may not be aware of regarding ads is the way publishers collect and use your data. This helps them make more money and load your browser with more ads. How it works Each time you search for something on Google or access a website…
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Chrome 83: the first steps to block third-party cookies

The newest version of Chrome will block third-party cookies. With the release of Chrome 83, Google also comes with this feature in Incognito mode, where users come for a more private browsing experience. In this mode, Chrome doesn’t save users’ browsing…