Legal Glossary

Definition of First-Party Cookie

A first-party cookie is a form of cookie that is saved in a user's browser by the same domain that is presently being viewed.

These cookies are used to store user data such settings, preferences, and login information.

First-party cookies enable websites to personalize the user experience by remembering the user's preferences and settings between visits, which can enhance the user's overall experience on the website.

First-party cookies can also be used for online analytics and tracking, giving websites the ability to see how users interact with their platforms and content.

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