One of most people’s biggest internet browsing frustrations is third-party cookies. We’re told that they improve our experience as internet users. In reality they are often seen as invasive and annoying. They are why that product you recently looked at online follows you on your internet journey in the form of adverts.
Google Chrome is phasing out support of third-party cookies by 2022. The reason for this action was announced within Google’s blog: “Our goal for this open-source initiative is to make the web more private and secure for users, while also supporting publishers.”