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Third-party cookies

Paul-Emmanuel Bidault
Paul-Emmanuel Bidault
26 December 2023·2 minutes read time

Third-party cookies are cookies placed on domains other than that of the main site.

It is a file integrated by a site other than the one visited by the internet user, via a browser.

These cookies enable third parties to see which pages have been visited on the site in question, by a user, and to collect information about this visitor.

The aim is to follow the user's path across several websites, in particular for audience measurement or advertising purposes.

Third-party cookies therefore enable behavioural tracking across a network of sites.

What are cookies? Here is our factsheet dedicated to this subject

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