Cookies are packets of information sent by a web server/site to the user’s browser, which are automatically stored on the computer and automatically returned to the server every time they access the site. By default, almost all web browsers are set to accept cookies automatically.
Through the use of the Google Analytics panel, you can see if visits have been made by new or return visitors by checking the way pages are navigated (Input, Outbound Links, Pageviews, Timeouts, geographic origin, etc.
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You can disable Google Analytics action through the tools provided by Google.
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Manage and delete cookies
To disable the use of all or just some cookies, you must change the browsing settings (Firefox, Chrome, Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.).
Usually, browsers are pre-set to accept cookies, unless they are configured differently by the user.
You can make your browser block some or all cookies, or have a message to you before you install a cookie.
For convenience, we list the links to the cookies management for most popular browsers:
List of cookies used
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It is used to distinguish user and session. The cookie is updated each time the data is sent to Google Analytics.
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It is used to handle requests made to Google Analytics.
Note: Third party cookies can change name, increase or decrease number at any time and without notice from the vendor.