Advertisers and publishers ask Commission to review Google’s cookie blocking policy

German associations have filed a comprehensive complaint against Google with the EU Commission. The goal is to dissuade the company from putting its announcement on the end of third-party cookies into practice. According to the Financial Times, the German media group Axel Springer is the initiator of the complaint addressed to the Commission, which has been signed by eight organizations from the publishing and advertising industry.

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