Google Rolls Out Change to 3rd-Party Cookies: Flocks

It8217s time for us to realize that tracking our whereabouts online is big business in the tech world. Facebook and Apple have been arguing for months about Apple8217s plan to notify users of which apps are keeping data on them. Now Google is announcing a change to third-party cookies it plans to replace them with 8220Flocks.8221 How Google Uses Third-Party Cookies Before we look at the change Google is instituting we need to discuss its current system with third-party cookies. These are different than first-party cookies but all record information about you. First-party cookies are recorded to8230 Read more.


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