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Function of accepting cookies on websites
Own cookie, is used to store the user's consent for cookies in the "Necessary" category.
Own cookie, it is used to store the user's consent for cookies in the "Non Necessary" category.
Own cookie, it is used to store the user's cookie consent status.
Own cookie, it is used to allow the SESSION variables to be saved on the web server. These cookies are essential for the functioning of the website.
Own cookie, activated after logging in with a user account, it is used to indicate when it has been connected and who the active user is.
Own cookie, it is used as a key to control a user's access to the WordPress service.
Own cookie, is used to check if cookies are enabled in the user's browser.
Own cookie, it is used to personalize the view of the administration interface and possibly also the main interface of the site for the logged in users.
Google sets this cookie. In addition to certain standard Google cookies, reCAPTCHA sets a required cookie (_GRECAPTCHA) when executed in order to provide its risk analysis.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.
This describes if this specific cookie or localStorage is responsible for sharing, collecting or storing personal data.
Third-party cookie managed by Google's DoubleClick, is used to verify if the visitor's browser accepts cookies.
Third-party cookie managed by Google Tag Manager, it is used to limit the amount of data recorded by Google on high-volume websites.
Third-party cookie managed by Google Analytics, it is used to calculate visitor, session and campaign data and to track site usage for the site analysis report. Cookies store information anonymously and assign a randomly generated number to identify unique visitors.
Third-party cookie managed by Google Analytics, it is used to limit the amount of data recorded by Google on high-volume websites.
Third-party cookie managed by Google Analytics, it is used to store information about how visitors use a website and helps create an analytical report of how the website is working. The data collected, including the number of visitors, the source where they come from and the pages, is displayed anonymously.