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Some third-party cookies were still present, of course. But there was a decrease in third-party content loaded from social media platforms and from content recommendation widgets.
We’re seeing what publishers have decided to implement on their websites as of May 25 — whether they’ve decided to block European Union and European Economic Area-based traffic outright, set up buckets of consent for readers to click through, or done something simpler (or nothing new at all).
Major news sites in seven countries averaged 81 third-party cookies per page, compared to 12 for other popular websites.
Plus: A shield-law victory, messaging changes at Twitter and commenting changes at HuffPo, and rest of the week’s news in media and tech.
The website formerly known as MSNBC.com no longer promises to let users opt out of targeted advertising. Adrienne LaFrance
The paper embraces open journalism — and a new U.K. law — by showing readers what cookies it uses on its own site.