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This section outlines what first-party and third-party cookies are and for what purposes they are used by your website.
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Privacy regulations like the GDPR in the EU and CCPA/CPRA in Califonia, provide users the right to know how their personal data is collected and processed by businesses. Personal data includes information that can be obtained from cookies. Cookie policies are disclosures that help websites inform users about their usage of cookies.
Cookies are categorised as ‘online identifiers’ in the GDPR. Other types of tracking technologies such as pixel trackers, web beacons, and social share buttons are also classified as online identifiers and therefore are considered a part of personal data. Hence, they are subject to the GDPR obligations for processing personal data.
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