Google makes pledges on browser cookies to appease UK regulator
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By Paul Sandle
LONDON (Reuters) – Google has pledged more restrictions on its use of data from its Chrome browser to address concerns raised by Britain’s competition regulator about its plan to ban third-party cookies that advertisers use to track consumers.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has been investigating Google’s plan to cut support for some cookies in Chrome – an initiative called the “Privacy Sandbox” – because it is worried it will impede competition in digital advertising.
Alphabet Inc’s Google has said its users want more privacy when they are browsing the web, including not being tracked across sites.
Other players in the $250 billion global digital ad sector, however, have said the loss of cookies in the world’s most popular browser will limit their ability to collect …