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Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google that allows website owners to track and analyze their website traffic. When a user visits a website that uses Google Analytics, a small piece of code is embedded in the website, which sends information about the user's visit to Google's servers. This information includes the user's IP address, the pages they visited, the time they spent on each page, and other details about their interaction with the website.
In order for Google Analytics to collect this information, the website owner must include a third-party cookie on their website. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the user's device when they visit a website. The cookie contains information about the user's visit, including the website they visited, the time they spent on the site, and other details. When the user visits the website again, the cookie is sent back to the website, allowing the website to remember the user's preferences and track their behavior.