Legal Glossary

Definition of Unclassified Cookies

Cookies that aren't first-party or third-party are referred to as "unclassified cookies" as a group.

They are not connected to any monitoring or advertising activities and are often used by website owners to store particular information or preferences.

While these cookies can be used to recall user preferences or keep log-in information, their contents are typically hidden from third parties.

For the optimal user experience, unclassified cookies should be enabled as they are necessary for a quick and easy surfing process.

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