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Permission to Use Cookies
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Main Cookies
Name Purpose
utm_medium Google Analytics Campaign Tracking
utm_source Google Analytics Campaign Tracking
G-QZ0PBXG2VH Unique identifier for tracking website usage and traffic
gat_gtag_UA* Google Analytics – Used to throttle the request rate and limit the number of requests.
_gid Google Analytics – Used to distinguish users and store information about user sessions.
gac<property-id> Google Analytics – Used to store campaign-related information for analytics.
AMP_TOKEN Google Analytics – Used to manage AMP client ID service for users who opt-in to the data collection.
visitor_id* Pardot – Used to store a unique visitor ID for tracking purposes.
lpv* Pardot – Used to store the last page view timestamp for a specific visitor.
pardot Pardot – Used to store a session identifier for logged-in users to access protected content.
pi_opt_in Pardot – Used to store the user’s opt-in status for Pardot tracking cookies.