Third-party cookies are cookies that are placed by a website other than the one being accessed. These cookies can track your browsing habits and provide you with targeted advertising based on your interests. These cookies can track your browsing habits and provide you with targeted advertising based on your interests.
The use of third-party cookies is common on websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. These sites use third-party cookies to track your browsing activity on their site, so that they can show you ads for products or services that you have previously viewed on other websites.
When you visit a website that uses third-party cookies, it will place a cookie file on your computer’s hard drive. This file will contain information about your visit in the form of a long string of random numbers and letters. The next time you visit another site with an ad from the same company, there’s a chance that ad will be shown to you again because of this cookie file.