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cookies_in_backlight [2019/11/23 23:53]
matthew created
cookies_in_backlight [2019/11/23 23:56] (current)
matthew [Third-party Cookies]
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 For example, if you enable Google Analytics, reCaptcha or Fotomoto features; if you use Google Maps, or PayPal; if you install WordPress and WordPress plugins, third-party widgets, etc., it is likely that these services or softwares are creating additional cookies in your visitors'​ browsers. In many cases, these cookies are necessary for the service to do its job, and the service would not function without them. This is how the Internet works, and cookies should generally not be cause for alarm. For example, if you enable Google Analytics, reCaptcha or Fotomoto features; if you use Google Maps, or PayPal; if you install WordPress and WordPress plugins, third-party widgets, etc., it is likely that these services or softwares are creating additional cookies in your visitors'​ browsers. In many cases, these cookies are necessary for the service to do its job, and the service would not function without them. This is how the Internet works, and cookies should generally not be cause for alarm.
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 +Whatever cookies are created and data handled by such services, that's entirely between you (the site owner) and that specific service, and is entirely separate from Backlight and The Turning Gate. If, for example, you take issue with Google'​s cookies, then you should NOT enable Google Analytics, NOT use Google Maps in your galleries, and NOT enable Google'​s reCaptcha for your contact forms.
  
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cookies_in_backlight.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/11/23 23:56 by matthew