Cookies, consent, identity: What advertisers need to do to navigate the changing landscape

What the phasing-out of third-part cookies means for media planning and consumer targeting.

When Google announced that Chrome would be joining Apple (Safari) and Mozilla (Firefox) in phasing out third-party cookies, the industry reaction was mixed. For some, there was a combination of grief and irritation, for others, the news was very much expected and welcomed.

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