They are those used by Dingoos and by collaborating third parties (Google Analytics*) that allow quantifying the number of users and thus carrying out the measurement and statistical analysis of the use and activity that users carry out, as well as to develop browsing profiles of these to introduce improvements in Dingoos.
*Google Analytics is a free web analytics tool from Google that mainly allows website owners to know how users interact with their website. Likewise, it enables cookies in the domain of the site where users are located and uses a set of cookies called “__utma” and “__utmz” to collect information anonymously and prepare website trend reports without identifying individual users.
The “NID” cookie is used to display Google ads on Google services to users who are not logged in, while the “ANID” and “IDE” cookies are used to display Google ads on non-Google sites. If you have enabled personalized ads, the “ANID” cookie is used to remember this setting and has a duration of 13 months in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, and 24 months in other places. If you have disabled them, the “ANID” cookie is used to store that setting until 2030. The “NID” cookie expires 6 months after the user’s last use. The “IDE” cookie has a duration of 13 months in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, and 24 months in other places.
Depending on your ad settings, other Google services, such as YouTube, may also use these and other cookies and technologies, such as the “VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE” cookie, for advertising purposes.
Some cookies and other technologies used for advertising purposes are intended for users who log in to use Google services. For example, the “DSID” cookie is used to identify a user who is logged in to non-Google sites and to remember if the user has accepted ad personalization. It has a duration of 2 weeks.
Through the Google advertising platform, companies can advertise on Google services and non-Google sites. Some cookies support Google in displaying ads on third-party sites and are set in the domain of the website you visit. For example, the “_gads” cookie allows sites to display Google ads. Cookies starting with “gac” come from Google Analytics and are used by advertisers to measure user activity and the performance of their advertising campaigns. “_Gads” cookies have a duration of 13 months, while “gac” cookies last for 90 days.
Some cookies and other technologies are used to measure ad performance and conversion rates of Google ads on the sites you visit. For example, cookies starting with “gcl” are primarily used to help advertisers determine how many times users who click on their ads end up taking action on their site (such as making a purchase). Cookies used to measure conversion rates are not used to personalize ads. “Gcl” cookies have a duration of 90 days.
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