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Third Party Cookies - Cross Domain APIs w/ Session Tracking


Third Party Cookies - Cross Domain APIs w/ Session Tracking

By : Restu
Date : November 21 2020, 03:00 PM
I hope this helps you . Unfortunately, it seems there are not option to make that work across all browsers.
Safari now restricts third party use of cookies. It seems the best is to evaluate alternatives :
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Copying cookies cross-domain, why is IE blocking cookies other browsers are sending with the SCRIPT tag

Copying cookies cross-domain, why is IE blocking cookies other browsers are sending with the SCRIPT tag


By : user1927300
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . It's definitely IE security settings, if you're attempting this you'll need to set a P3P compact privacy policy on the page which sets the cookie on first.com, even before you've reached second.com
Does Omniture use Third Party Cookies for Tracking?

Does Omniture use Third Party Cookies for Tracking?


By : Dimon608
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Hi Amateur Barista, Omniture SiteCatalyst use by Default Third Party Cookie, but if you need you can use First Party Cookie. To do that you need to ask Omniture Client Care for some module and later you will have to buy 1 or 2 Security Certificate.
All is very simple. Claudio
Cross-domain user tracking without 3rd party cookies?

Cross-domain user tracking without 3rd party cookies?


By : ptrkay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps It depends on the service but for behavioral advertising it's still mainly being done using third party cookies. Most people currently don't block them so it works well enough to be useful. They are enabled by default in the major browsers and not many people mess around with the settings. The last time I saw a statistic on it the number was less than 5% but this can vary considerably depending on the demographics of the users you're looking at. In the work I do I generally see much lower numbers of cookie rejection rates.
Tracking is an inexact science anyway as there are multiple things that can disrupt the linking of people to web visits (such as the common trend of people using multiple devices and browsers).
Read Cross-Domain (Cross-Sub-Domain) Cookies in ColdFusion (HTTPS)

Read Cross-Domain (Cross-Sub-Domain) Cookies in ColdFusion (HTTPS)


By : Lynn Carter
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need This is really quite easy. When you create the cookie, give it a domain attribute equal to your domain. The important part to remember is that it MUST have a leading dot.
code :
<cfcookie name="mycookie" value="myvalue" domain=".mydomain.com" path="/" />
<cfset thevalue = cookie.mycookie />
How does google set first party cookies for analytics tracking?

How does google set first party cookies for analytics tracking?


By : Camilo Rodriguez Tar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out You misunderstand the mechanism - the Google Analytics script gets keywords etc from the referring url (the click url in the search engine resulte page contains a lot of info like keyword and position of the search result in the serp).
The analytics script extracts the information from the referrer and (apart from sending it to google) stores it in a cookie (actually the new universal analytics does not do this anymore). But this happens on you own domain.
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