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This cookie is used to capture the number of days since a user last visited the Site.
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Stores a unique session ID.
Stores the previous content group hierarchy.
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(IgnONE) Cookie that is dropped when the user opts out of either Netmining or IgnitionOne Display/DSP.
(IgnONE) Cross platform User ID Link.
(IgnONE) Holds the number of impressions per campaign and is displayed in the Live Marketer exposure path.
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Unique visitor IDs used by Marketing Cloud Solutions.
Categories of Cookies
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Based on what function cookies have and the purpose for which cookies are used, there are four categories of cookie: strictly necessary cookies, performance cookies, functional cookies and marketing cookies.