Google Chrome’s Cookie Ban Is Good News For Google — And Maybe Your Privacy

Recode | January 16, 2020 CEO Justin Choi breaks down the impact of Google’s cookie ban.

Recode | January 16, 2020 - Google plans to eliminate third-party cookies from Chrome by 2022. But what does that mean for the ad industry and consumers?

Our founder and CEO Justin Choi breaks down the news and its implications in an interview with Recode. The change may benefit consumer privacy and spur innovation in the space, but it will undoubtedly strengthen Google’s stronghold on the industry. Read more via Recode and find out why Google is poised to become the gatekeeper of data while the rest of the industry “gets whatever Google allows it to get.”



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