Participate in deprecation trial for unpartitioned third-party storage, Service Workers, and Communication APIs
Beginning gradually in Chrome 113, storage, service workers, and communication APIs will be partitioned in third-party contexts. For sites that need time to adjust to this new feature, these deprecation trials will allow them to temporarily keep their third-party storage, service workers, and communication APIs unpartitioned.
Participate in origin trial for Accept-Language Reduction
Accept-Language Reduction is an effort to reduce passive fingerprinting surfaces in the Chrome browser.
Experiment with summary report design decisions
Use Noise Lab to preview how noise affects your summary reports.
Participate in early testing for Storage Partitioning
To improve privacy, Chrome is changing how storage and communication APIs will behave in future releases. Read more about the upcoming change and how to check if your site is affected by Storage Partitioning.
Federated Credential Management API (FedCM) origin trial extended
FedCM origin trial will now be available until the release of Chrome 108, scheduled for November 23, 2022.
Anonymous iframe origin trial: Easily embed iframes in COEP environments
Developers using COEP can now embed third party iframes that do not use COEP themselves. Anonymous iframe origin trial is available for testing in Chrome from version 106 to 108.
Separate storage from communication APIs in third-party contexts to prevent certain types of side-channel cross-site tracking.