What is Cookie Tracking?
Cookie tracking is the practice of using HTTP cookies to keep track of user data on a website. Cookies are small text files that are stored on a user's device and contain data about the user's activity on the website. This data can be used for a variety of purposes, such as personalizing content, understanding user behavior, and serving targeted ads.
While cookie tracking can be a useful tool for website owners and advertisers, it has also been the subject of controversy due to concerns about user privacy. Users may be uncomfortable with the idea of their online behavior being monitored and tracked without their knowledge or consent. As a result, many websites now provide users with the option to opt out of cookie tracking.
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