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Below is a list of common cookies and their functions:
Cookies considered ‘strictly necessary’
(EU Law does not require website managers to inform visitors about these as they are vital for the site to run).
- Cookies providing essential security measures
- Cookies used for quick loading and distribution of content
Cookies considered NOT ‘strictly necessary’.
These are not vital for the website itself to run, but are very commonly used across the web for social interaction and analysing website performance.
- Google Analytics, or similar software to analyse visitors
- Cookies that remember user preferences
- First and third party advertising cookies
- Social media buttons, plugins, etc (eg: Facebook ‘like’, Twitter buttons).
- Comments on blog posts
Further information: ICO Cookies guide
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