Partitioned Cookies

Partitioned cookies refers to cookies from version 1.0 of the ITP (Intelligent Tracking Prevention) from Apple’s Safari browser. An algorithm is used to identify and partition third-party cookies in order to obtain a unique storage classification linked to the root or top-level domain name, allowing websites to use the cookie without tracking the user and for a period of 24 hours on Safari.

These cookies could, for example, be used to manage a user’s connectivity on a website. Because cookie partitions are unique, cross-tracking users across sites is not possible.

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