According to foreign technology media Windows Latest, Google plans to promote the “Tracking Protection” function in the Chrome browser, integrating the browser’s existing privacy features to protect users from being tracked by websites.
According to a Chromium proposal, Google is advancing the elimination of third-party cookie solutions and is promoting a new tracking protection tool called 3PCD, which allows users to fine-grained control over which websites can use third-party cookies and uses a new way to protect user privacy from third parties cookie tracking.
The media report that Google has invited users to test this new feature and introduced a new page called “Tracking Protection” under the chrome://settings/cookies page. The default setting is “Standard” .
When “Standard” mode is enabled, most third-party cookies are blocked, but not completely to ensure the proper functioning of the site.
There are also “custom” settings that allow users to customize the level of protection. Users can choose to block all third-party cookies, but some parts of the site may not work properly; users can also send “do not track” messages while browsing.
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