Only Google would have the chutzpah to call an invasive new way to track people online “Privacy Sandbox”. 

This new feature in its Chrome browser is supposed to be a move away from the intrusive tracking of the once-useful cookies — little pieces of software that were a clever idea when they emerged in Netscape in 1994. These first-party cookies were a way for a website to store your login details and other pertinent information, and they were private...

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