A private web thatworks for you
Chrome is phasing out A "cookie" is a small piece of data stored when you visit a website. First-party cookies are stored by a website itself, while third-party cookies are stored by a service that operates across multiple sites. For example, an ad platform might store a third-party cookie when you visit a news site. to make way for new privacy protections that keep you safe online.
CONTROL YOUR DATA
Take more control of your data.
Chrome gives you more control of how your data is used in the ads you see. You can block ad topics you're not interested in and Chrome will help protect your browsing history and identity.
FREE AND OPEN WEB
Stay protected on the open web.
Billions of people worldwide rely on the internet as a source of information. Most of it is free of charge because sites and apps can make money through advertising. Without it, you might need to pay to see more of your favorite content. With Chrome, you can have both: privacy protections and access to information without barriers.
Keep your data safe from hidden trackers.
Chrome is saying goodbye to third-party cookies in 2024, but they aren’t the only way you can be tracked online. Chrome is staying one step ahead by building new features that minimize the amount of data that sites can use for fingerprinting, like your IP address, to help prevent unwanted tracking.
See the latest privacy
innovations from Google
Google Safety Center
Making technology for everyone means protecting everyone who uses it. Explore what Google does to help you stay safe online.Explore Safety
The Privacy Sandbox reduces cross-site and cross-app tracking while helping to keep online content and services free.Explore Privacy