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LONDON — Britain’s competition regulator will have a say in Google’s plan to remove third-party browser cookies that track people online.
The Competition and Markets Authority said Friday that it had secured commitments from Google to address concerns about the proposal. The CMA is worried that the plans will harm newspapers and other businesses that rely on personalized ads.
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