Analytics cookies are small pieces of data that are stored on a user’s device and used to track and analyze website usage.
These cookies are often used to improve a website’s performance and provide a better user experience.
Analytics cookies do not typically collect personal information, but rather anonymous data about how a website is being used.
They may be set by the website owner or by third-party services.
Analytics cookies can be used to track website traffic, measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns, and understand how users interact with a website.
They may be used to collect information about the pages a user visits, the links they click on, and the length of time they spend on a website.
This information is then used to understand how a website is being used and to identify areas for improvement.
You can see what kind of cookies a website places by going to the developer tools in your browser. Check it out!
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