Cookies are tiny text files that web browsers use to store information. On computers, phones, and other devices, cookies are used to store and receive identifiers and other information. Other technologies are used for similar reasons, such as data stored on your web browser or device, identifiers linked with your device, and other applications. All of these technologies are referred to as “cookies” in this policy.
What is the purpose of cookies?
For example, when you browse between Facebook Pages, we utilize cookies to keep you signed in. Cookies also allow us to remember your browser so you don’t have to continually signing in to Facebook and can connect in to Facebook more easily via third-party applications and websites. For example, we utilize the “c user” and “xs” cookies, both of which have a 365-day lifetime, for this reason.
Cookies assist us in keeping your account, data, and Facebook Products safe and secure.
Cookies are also used to fight behavior that violates our rules or impairs our ability to offer the Facebook Products.
Advertising, suggestions, insights, and measurement are all things that can be measured.
Cookies, for example, enable us to display advertisements to individuals who have previously visited a business’s website, bought its goods, or used its applications, as well as to suggest products and services based on that behavior. Cookies also enable us to restrict the number of times you view an ad, ensuring that you do not see the same ad again. The “fr” cookie, for example, has a 90-day lifetime and is used to distribute, evaluate, and enhance the relevance of advertisements.
Cookies are also used to track the effectiveness of ad campaigns for companies who utilize Facebook Products.
Cookies allow us to deliver and measure advertising across many browsers and devices that a single user uses.
Cookies also enable us to gather information about individuals who use the Facebook Products, as well as people who engage with our advertisers’ advertisements, websites, and applications, and companies that utilize the Facebook Products.
We also employ cookies to let you opt out of receiving Facebook advertisements based on your behavior on third-party websites, such as our “oo” cookie, which has a five-year lifetime. Learn more about the data we collect, how we choose which advertisements to display you on and off the Facebook Products, and the choices you have.
Cookies are used to provide functionality that allows us to offer Facebook Products.
Cookies, for example, allow us to remember your preferences, track when you’ve seen or engaged with Facebook Products content, and provide personalized content and experiences. Cookies, for example, enable us to make recommendations to you and others, as well as personalize information on third-party sites that use our social plugins. Cookies enable you to switch between publishing from your own Facebook account and the Page if you are a Page administrator. To enable your usage of Messenger chat windows, we utilize cookies like the session-based “presence” cookie.
For example, we save information in a cookie on your browser or device so that you may view the site in the language you choose.
Cookies, for example, assist us in routing traffic between servers and determining how fast Facebook Products load for certain users. Cookies also allow us to keep track of the ratio and dimensions of your screen and windows, as well as whether you’ve selected high-contrast mode, so that our sites and applications display properly. For example, we use the “dpr” and “wd” cookies, both of which have a 7-day lifetime, to provide an optimum experience for your device’s screen.
Research and analytics
Cookies, for example, may assist us in better understanding how people use the Facebook service, analyzing which sections of the Facebook Products people find the most helpful and engaging, and identifying features that might be enhanced.
Websites and applications created by third parties
Whether or whether you have a Facebook account or are signed in, our business partners may choose to share information with Facebook via cookies placed on their own domains. Cookies with the names _fbc or _fbp may be placed on the domain of a Facebook business partner’s site that you’re visiting. These cookies, unlike cookies placed on Facebook’s own domains, aren’t accessible by Facebook while you’re on a site other than the one where they were set, even when you’re on one of ours. They serve the same objectives as cookies placed on Facebook’s own domain, namely, personalizing content (including advertising), measuring ads, producing analytics, and providing a safer experience, as described in this Cookies Policy.
What are the places where cookies are used?
When you use or visit, we may set cookies on your computer or device and receive information contained in cookies.
Other members of the Facebook Companies offer products;
Other businesses’ websites and applications, including companies who integrate Facebook Technologies into their websites and apps, that utilize the Facebook Products. Without any additional action from you, Facebook utilizes cookies and gets information, including information about your behavior, when you visit such sites and applications. Whether or whether you have a Facebook account or are signed in, this happens.
Do other businesses utilize cookies in conjunction with Facebook’s services?
Other businesses’ cookies, for example, aid in the customization of Facebook advertisements, the measurement of their performance and efficacy, and the assistance of marketing and analytics. Certain Facebook Products features, such as maps, payment, and security features, rely on cookies from third parties to operate. about the businesses that utilize cookies on Facebook’s products
Cookies are also used by third-party businesses in conjunction with the Facebook Products on their own websites and applications. Please check the policies of other businesses to see how they utilize cookies.