Google adds a ‘reject all’ button for cookies in Europe
What are cookies in Google?
Cookies are little pockets of data kept in the browser that enable websites to determine whether or not you have visited them. It helps businesses to keep track of client preferences, but it can be misused.
French data protection commission had pointed out that the companies like Facebook and Google purposefully made rejecting cookies difficult for users forcing them to go through a lengthy process to reject all cookies. Accepting cookies, on the other hand, requires only one click—” accept all.”
Consequently, Google has introduced a “reject all” cookie option in Europe.