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First-Party Cookie

First-party cookie definition (noun)
1.

A first-party cookie is a cookie that’s created by the website attaching the cookie to a given user’s browser. First-party cookies track users’ activities on a website so the website can remember user inputs and preferences upon future visits.

Appears in: Cookie Policies, Privacy Policies, and GDPR

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