A private web that
works 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 help keep you safe online.

How Chrome
helps keep you

Take privacy into your own hands

Explore our new, simple privacy controls in settings so you can make the best choices about your ads.

See privacy settings
An abstract UI highlights where users can find the Privacy and security section in Chrome’s settings.

Take privacy into your own hands

Explore our new, simple privacy controls in settings so you can make the best choices about your ads.

See privacy settings
An abstract UI highlights where users can find the Privacy and security section in Chrome’s settings.

See the latest privacy
innovations from Google