Tech News Summary:
- The Great Internet Cookie Crumble is leading to the disappearance of cookies, but this may also lead to new privacy concerns and a less user-friendly browsing experience.
- The disappearance of cookies may not necessarily improve privacy, as new tools could potentially reveal even more data about a user’s browsing habits than cookies ever did.
According to the report, many websites are using cookies to collect and share personal information, including names, email addresses, and even sensitive financial information, without users’ consent. This disturbing trend poses a serious risk to users’ privacy, as well as leaving them vulnerable to identity theft and other cyber threats.
In light of these findings, internet safety experts are urging users to take precautions to protect their privacy online. This includes regularly clearing cookies from their browsers, using privacy-focused browsing tools, and being selective about the websites they visit and the information they share.