Google attacked over latest plan to replace tracking cookies

The business at the rear of privacy-centric world wide web browser Brave has hit out against Google’s most up-to-date system to exchange third-get together cookies, which it says will do minor to minimize the opportunity for violations of privacy.

Introduced earlier this 7 days, Google Matters (a substitute for the controversial FLoC proposal) offers a way to serve up ads to people dependent on wide interest classes, such as journey or exercise, instead of working with granular and typically delicate facts hoovered up by cookies.