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Term: Third-party Cookies

Third-party cookies in data protection are small text files that are stored on your computer or device by a website that you didn’t directly visit. They are placed by other companies that work with the website you are visiting, like advertisers or social media networks. Third-party cookies can track your online activity across different websites and can be used to show you personalized ads. However, there are rules about how these cookies can be used to protect your privacy.

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