For example, the “__qca” cookie is associated with Quantcast and helps in understanding users’ needs for customizing the website. Similarly, the “_fbp” cookie, set by Facebook, displays advertisements on Facebook or digital platforms powered by Facebook advertising after visiting the website.
Other cookies like “_kuid_” and “_pxhd” are used by Krux Digital and Zoominfo, respectively, to register a unique ID for targeted advertising and enhancing customer data. Additionally, cookies like “NID” and “IDE” are used by Google for advertising purposes, limiting the number of times a user sees an ad, and measuring its effectiveness.
Furthermore, cookies like “YSC” and “yt-remote-connected-devices” are set by YouTube to track the views of embedded videos on its pages and store video preferences of users, respectively. These cookies help in providing a seamless and personalized experience to users based on their video-watching behavior.
In today’s digital age, the use of these cookies is a common practice for many online platforms and advertisers to deliver tailored content and advertisements to users. However, the collection of user data through cookies has also raised concerns about privacy and data security, leading to debates over the use of such tracking technologies on the internet.