After Firefox, Google on the path to eliminate “cookies” to ensure user privacy

Ahsan Zafeer Written by Ahsan Zafeer ·  47 sec read >

Have you noticed that message about “accepting cookies” you get every time you visit a site, requiring you to select the accept option before proceeding further?

Cookies are tiny pieces of code used by websites to attach to a visitor’s browser and stay as users visit different sites to identify the user behavior and see how potential ads would perform.

However, Google is shifting away from third-party cookies, which means that companies wouldn’t track you anymore.

Written by Ahsan Zafeer
A digital marketing professional specializing in content-based functional areas - Ahsan Zafeer is driven by a never-ending passion for developing, nurturing, and strategizing key content aspects. He writes extensively on tech, digital marketing, SEO, cybersecurity, and emerging technologies. He also serves as a digital marketing strategist and freelance consultant for globally oriented organizations. He tweets @AhsanZafeer Profile