What is 3rd party cookies?
3rd party cookies are small text files that are created by websites and stored on a user's computer or mobile device. These cookies are created by a domain other than the one that the user is visiting, which is known as the "first party". Third-party cookies are used to track users across different websites and to collect data about their browsing habits.
In recent years, there has been growing concern about the use of 3rd party cookies and their impact on user privacy. Some users feel uncomfortable with the idea of being tracked across multiple sites without their knowledge or consent.
Despite these concerns, many websites continue to use 3rd party cookies in order to provide personalized content and advertising for their users.