Google May Ditch Cookies for New User-Tracking Tech

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jimmysmitty

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Considering that Google was finding ways around the TPL lists in IE9 and up I doubt it will be blocked, at least on their end.

As well if you look at Chrome, its privacy is not nearly as well off as FF or IE.

Remember, Google makes a ton of money off of advertising as they own the largest ad provider in the world.
 

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Advertising is what makes the internet free. I don't mind getting ads that are relevant to me. I'd much rather my kids see ads about kids toys than ads for liquor or adult content. I know we all hate ads, but ads that make you laugh or bring to your attention something you actually want aren't the devil.
 

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That said, will Google's new AdID tech really give users more power over their privacy, or give Google more power over how users are tracked and tagged on the Internet?
Around 96 percent of the company's revenue is generated through online advertising
Gee I wonder.

As far as blocking goes... Chrome says "Yeah sure, it's blocked. Totally."

Seems legit.
 
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