WHAT COOKIES ARE?
Cookies are small text files that can be exchanged with the browser when you visit a particular website. Cookies allow a website to recognize a particular device (computer, tablet, mobile phone or other mobile device) or browser.
HOW MANY TYPES OF COOKIES EXIST?
There are several types of cookies:
The session cookies that expire at the end of the browser session and allow the visited site to link the actions of a particular user during that specific session.
The permanent cookies that remain stored in the user’s device even after the end of the session of the browser and allow you to save your preferences.
The cookies that are used by the site owners that the user is visiting.
The third-party cookies that are used by a third party site different from the site that the user is visiting.
By cookies, you still can not identify a user of the Website personally.
The Website uses session cookies, permanent cookies and third party cookies.
The session cookies that expire when you close your browser, are primarily used to offer the user the latest consultation.
Permanent cookies are used to allow the user to store data for access to his private area and not having to log in each time you visit the Website.
Some third-party cookies are used to calculate the statistics of access and navigation of the Website (such as the number of daily visitors, the number of page views, duration of these visits etc …).
The information generated by the cookie about your use of the Website by the user will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating the use of the Web Site by the user, to compile reports on the anonymous visitor activity within the Website.
List of Google Analytics Cookies:
Google Analytics Cookie Types
This cookie is used to determine new and returning visitors. It has an expiration time of 2 years. If the ga.js library is executed and no _utma cookie exists, this will be recorded as the users’ first visit and a _utma cookie will be set. If a _utma cookie is already in place, the expiration time is reset and the user is recorded as a return visitor.
This cookie is used to determine a new session. The cookie is set when the ga.js library executes and there is no _utmb cookie in place. It has an expiration time of 30 minutes, therefore if a user is inactive for a period longer than this, a new cookie will be set when the library executes and the interaction will be recorded as a new session.
Not used in ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session/visit.
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