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Google announced that they will be phasing out the ability to use cross-site cookies which we generally know as "trackers". Also they are implementing something called "anti-fingerprinting" to prevent 3rd parties from doing browser fingerprinting. There's also a move towards "IP Blindness" which will be used by the browser to ensure that sites do not see your IP address. Sounds like really nice moves right? Let's figure out if these changes by Google are because they no longer want to be the creepy company. Are they our new partner in privacy? ******************************************************************************
Let's find out. (Don't miss the RED PILL Explanation starting in the middle)
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