Cookies are snippets of code that assign website visitors a unique ID. They remember users, collect information, and deliver personalized experiences.
The changing policies for cookies in the digital world are specific to third-party cookies.
Additionally, Google Analytics (GA) itself only uses first-party cookies as explained here. Third-party cookies do come into play in GA, but only for advertising attribution. Similarweb does not infer marketing channel or advertising information from Google, but uses its own categorization system and algorithms to do so.
Bottom line - you can rest assured that changes around third-party cookies policies will not impact Similarweb data.
Read our blog 4 Tips to Conquer a Cookieless Future to learn how to use cookie-free data from Similarweb's suite of digital tools.