I've been reading a lot about the "evils" of third-party cookies a lot recently. I disabled them and haven't noticed many changes.
I have an adblocker, and google is told to not use my information in ads (so when I am logged into my google account, I just see generic ads instead of targeted ones).
I've also read that google uses your browsing history, etc to give you better search results. When I click the button in chrome that says "The following cookies have been blocked on this page", I see a google cookie. That means that google isn't able to get as much info on me.
So, because I have ad tracking turned off, does having third-party cookies disabled do anything?