How publishers are preparing for a post-cookies future

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As Google’s deadline for deprecating the third-party cookie looms, publishers are racing to respond — or struggling to prepare. Not every team is in the same spot when it comes to what will happen next.

To learn more about what publishers are doing to prepare for the end of the cookie, CafeMedia and Digiday surveyed an audience of more than 650 attendees at the Digiday Publishing Summit Live Worldwide virtual event, held in February 2021. 

The infographic below highlights what our respondents had to say.

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