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Google has announced that its Privacy Sandbox proposal is one step closer to becoming reality as the company is preparing its next stage of trials which will focus on ads relevance and measurement. For those unfamiliar, the search giant first unveiled its Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC) plan to replace third-party browser cookies before announcing […]

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Although cookies have become a normal and necessary part of using the internet, new research from NordVPN has revealed that half of American users ‘accept all cookies’ on every website they visit. For those unfamiliar, an HTTP cookie or a browser cookie is a piece of data that’s stored in your browser whenever you visit […]

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The challenges of wartime moderation Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sparked an information war that has turned social media into a key battlefield, placing a spotlight on inconsistencies in how tech platforms respond to life-or-death crises. The handling of posts about the war has shown how content moderation policies can turn on a dime during […]

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