Here is the answer of the question: Which of the following is a reason that makes Google machine learning modeling different from other privacy-forward proposals?
- Google’s machine learning can use third-party cookies as an input even though they’re deprecated when users accept the cookies of a certain site.
- Google’s Display and Video campaigns use data from channels and placements of competitors to ensure the algorithms have enough information to perform well.
- Google’s signed-in base of users allows their models to continue functioning independently of cookies and other identifiers.
- Google’s machine learning data can be exported from the platforms and be used to gather insights for marketing teams.
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