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The Amazon Pay cookies amazon-pay-abtesting-apa-migration, amazon-pay-abtesting-new-widgets, amazon-pay-connectedAuth, apay-session-set, language, amazon_Login_state_cache, amazon_Login_accessToken, amazon_Login_accessToken, apayLoginState as well as amazon-pay-cors-blocked-status make sure that depending on sign-in technology used the correct Amazon Pay button is rendered, that during checkout and depending on technology the correct Amazon Pay widgets are shown, that the correct sign-in flow is used on buyer sign-in, that during checkout the correct checkout session is used, that the Amazon Pay experience is using the correct language, that buyer sign-in works properly, that a buyer going through the legacy flow sees the correct widgets, and that script blocking is prevented by using the optimal traffic routing.
The session cookie is used to store the product list from which an article was clicked and placed in the shopping cart. The session ID stores the variant ID and the article list name. The cookie contains no identification features.
The three Cookies X-PP-SILOVER, X-PP-L7 and tsrc contain information about risk management and the customer’s login status.
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Google Analytics (_ga, _gid, _gcl_au, _gat_xxx, _gac_xxx)
The cookies "_ga" and "_gid" contain random user IDs to recognize recurring visitors. The cookie "_gat_xxx" ensures that certain data is only sent to Google Analytics once a minute. The cookie "_gac_xxx" is set when a user reaches the website via a click on a Google ad and when the website operator does not use Google Ads, but has linked his Google Ads account with the Google Analytics property. Use this cookie to associate conversions, contact requests, or other events with the ad. The cookie "_gcl_au" is used by Google AdSense to optimize the advertising efficiency on websites.
The "IDE" cookie contains a randomly generated user ID to recognize the user across all domains and to play personalized advertising. It will be set if the site operator has enabled the remarketing feature, demographic reports, or Google Signals. The cookies "1P_Jar", "AID", "ANID", "CONSENT", "DSID", "DV", "NID", "APISID", "HSID", "SAPISID", "SID", "SIDCC" and "SSID" is used to support Googles advertising services and to anonymously collect information about the Google Ads ads. The cookie "test_cookie" is used to check if the browser allows cookies to be set.