Performance cookies are used for collecting data on how visitors behave on a website. These performance, also called analytics cookies, can count page visits, how much time a user has spent on a website, count errors on damaged websites, as well as bounce rates and loading speeds to improve performance. Performance cookies do not collect identifiable information – they collect data anonymously and only use it to improve the website. The collected data usually is not shared with anyone else except the website owner.
Performance cookies are usually first-party cookies, but in some cases, they can be Third-Party Cookies too. Therefore, third parties can place cookies on a user’s device through a website to determine the best spot for advertisements to be placed.
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