Legal Glossary

Definition of Super Cookie

A Super Cookie is a type of tracking technology that is used by websites and online services to track user activity without the user's knowledge.

It works by storing user data in cookies that can be accessed on multiple devices, allowing them to gather information and build profiles of users' behavior over time.

This type of tracking technology can be used for advertising purposes as well as to monitor user behavior in order to improve the website or application’s features.

Super Cookies are often associated with privacy concerns due to the potential misuse of data they collect; however, they can be incredibly useful when used properly.

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