Will Chrome disable third-party cookies by the end of 2024?
Dec 31

Google Chrome is phasing out third-party cookies:


Their timeline places the phase-out in "the second half of 2024".

Resolves YES if, before market close, third-party cookies are disabled by default in the latest desktop version of Chrome.

The rollout must be at 100% for at least a week. That week can end after close, as long as it starts before.

There may be an enterprise policy setting to re-enable third-party cookies, as long as the default is off.

There may be an active deprecation trial, as long as no advertising use cases are included in the trial.

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