It's a common sight: Ads from that time you Googled flights to Cancún, or visited Nike to look for new running shoes, following you around the Internet.
But that's all changing. Google has vowed to block cookies completely on its Chrome browser, which is used by around 70 percent of the world's desktop computer owners, by the beginning of 2022. The decision, announced last year, sent shock waves through the advertising world, which has maintained revenue from tracking is necessary to fund a largely free Web.
From The Washington Post
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