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I've written a few posts on the topic of Apple's Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) updates in the Safari web browser. Probably the most significant impact from these updates is ITP's restrictions around client-side cookies, specifically, that client-side cookies expire after seven (7) days.

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In my previous blog post, I covered how businesses use third-party cookies to identify users as they move across web sites. This practice is now being challenged by ITP 2.1 in Safari and by similar approaches in other browsers. I discussed two different workarounds that some vendors are using to combat the problem. But each workaround still has limitations, and this post is an overview of some other solutions we have seen our customers implement to maintain visitor identification for their website users.

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This blog series explores the impact of data privacy regulation and third-party cookie blocking on data tracking techniques for anonymous and authenticated visitors on websites.  The online advertising and marketing industry, that was built on a foundation of data collection, is now being challenged by new restrictions imposed by browsers to limit who and what data can be tracked.

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