# Google has started limiting third-party cookies for a portion of its Chrome web browser users, marking the initial step towards abandoning these privacy-involved files. The company aims to conduct testing and gradually extend this restriction to all users from the third quarter of this year, pending approval from Britain’s Competition and Markets Authority. Google had previously announced its intention to eliminate third-party cookies in 2020, with the process experiencing delays. This development aligns with the broader industry trend of increased regulation on online tracking and data privacy.
Google Chrome begins restricting third-party cookies