The cookie allows the website to remember the cookie preferences set by the user and therefore provide only accepted cookies.
Session management (PHPSESSID, SSID_)
They are identifiers of the browsing session. They can be used to recognize the user and maintain the logged in status when visiting new pages.
User registration (Users, Ecommerce)
They allow the site to recognize the user if the site has user registration functions (e.g. restricted areas, e-commerce).
Statistical cookies help website owners understand how visitors interact with sites by collecting and reporting information anonymously.
Google Gtag (_ga, _gid, _gat, AMP_TOKEN, _dc_gtm_, _gac_)
As a user navigates between web pages, you can use the gtag.js tagging library to record information about the page the user has seen (for example, the page's URL) in Google Analytics. The gtag.js tagging library uses HTTP Cookies to remember the user's previous interactions with the web pages.
Google Analytics (__utma, __utmt, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz, __utmv)
As a user navigates between web pages, you can use the analytics.js tagging library to record information about the page the user has seen (for example, the page's URL) in Google Analytics. The analytics.js tagging library uses HTTP Cookies to remember the user's previous interactions with the web pages.
Profiling cookies are used to track visitors on websites. The intention is to display ads that are relevant and engaging for the individual user and therefore of greater value for third-party publishers and advertisers.
Allows site managers to track conversions that occur as a result of the ads pubblished on Facebook.