What are third-party cookies
Some cookies are set by websites owned by third parties, known as “third-party cookies”. For example, some of our websites allow Facebook to place its cookies on your web browser if you have given Facebook permission to do this. If you have visited one of our websites and you also use Facebook, Facebook can identify you as someone who is interested in our products and show you advertising from us when you return to Facebook.
Third-party cookies are also used to track the effectiveness of our advertising on other websites. For example, if you click on one of our advertisements on another company’s website, the owner of that site might use a cookie to tell us that you came from their website.