When someone is using a computer to browse a website, a personalised cookie file can be sent from the website’s server to the person’s computer. The cookie is stored in the web browser on the person’s computer. At some time in the future, the person may browse that website again. The website can send a message to the person’s browser, asking if a cookie from the website is already stored in the browser. If a cookie is found, then the data that was stored in the cookie before can be used by the website to tell the website about the person’s previous activity. Some examples where cookies are used include shopping carts, automatic login and remembering which advertisements have already been shown.
|Cookie Name||Description||Current Value *|
* The value of the cookie currently stored on your device
** The cookie has not been assigned
Tip: Check the console (F12 for most browsers) to see everytime cookies get read or written.
Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic...
With Google Analytics, I am able to view basic data of the users of this website, like session duration, country and what browser / device you are visiting from. I won't be able to view any personal / sensitive data or any data of individual users.