Google wants to kill cookies. Here's what that means
SAN FRANCISCO (CNN Business) -- Google controls the way most of the world surfs the internet, with its Chrome browser accounting for more than half the global market. Now, it's planning to get rid of the way companies and advertisers track Chrome's millions of users.
In a blog post Tuesday, Chrome's director of engineering, Justin Schuh, said the company intends to phase out support for third-party cookies "within two years."
Cookies allow websites to log your activity, and third-...