Authorizing learner access without using third-party cookies

We started delivering SCORM courses to learners around the world with SCORM Cloud about ten years ago. The internet was a different place at that time. We decided then to follow standard practices and use cookies to control access to course content. Advertising companies also used cookies to track what sites a user visited. With time the advertising practices became more invasive, and people became more aware of the problem. As a result, web browsers have started making the use of third-party cookies almost impossible, as we have all seen with the recent Chrome 80 release. Unfortunately, benign use cases of third-party cookies are collateral damage in the changing times.

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