Why the ad industry still isn’t ready for Google to remove third-party cookies in Chrome
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No, the ad industry as a whole is not prepared for the third-party cookie to go away. And it probably still won’t be in a year’s time if Google goes ahead with its plan to deprecate third-party cookies in Chrome by the end of 2024. That’s the assessment of programmatic advertising experts who attended the Digiday Programmatic Marketing Summit, held in New Orleans from Dec. 4 through 6.
In the video below, industry executives explain why they rate the overall industry’s post-cookie readiness so low and the major steps it still needs to take to be prepared for the cookie-pocalypse.
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