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ID syncing enables Xandr’s partners to use their data from outside the Xandr platform on the Xandr platform. (See https://www.xandr.com/privacy/platform-privacy-policy/ for more info.)
Registers anonymised user data, such as IP address, geographical location, visited websites, and what ads the user has clicked, with the purpose of optimising ad display based on the user’s movement on websites that use the same ad network.
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It is matched against information – such as advertising interest segments and histories of ads shown in the browser or device – provided by clients or other third parties and stored on the Xandr platform.
This information is used by clients to select advertisements for delivery by the Xandr platform, and to measure the performance of, and attribute payment for, those advertisements.
In addition, Xandr uses this cookie to enable clients to use data which does not reveal or use an Internet user’s real-world identity or data they collect outside of the Xandr platform or acquire from other third parties.
This cookie is also sometimes matched to clients’ or other third parties’ cookies so that they can use data they collect outside of the Xandr platform to serve more relevant advertisements to Internet users.
When a user opts out of having the Xandr platform used to select ads based on online behaviour, the unique value in uuid2 is deleted and replaced with the non-unique value “-1”. For more information about the Xandr platform opt out, click here.
For more information about information collected and used on the Xandr platform, see Xandr’s Platform Privacy page.
The icu cookie is used to select ads and limit the number of times a user sees a particular ad on the Xandr platform.
It contains information such as the number of times an ad has been shown, how recently an ad has been shown, or how many total ads have been shown.
This cookie contains a base 64 encoded JSON object which contains external unique randomly-generated values that enable other Prebid Server demand partners to distinguish browsers and mobile devices.
This information is used by our Prebid Server demand partners to select advertisements for delivery by the Platform and to measure the performance of, and attribute payment for, those advertisements.
Note the cookie is a cookie used by prebid.org, the open source heading bidding project and is not our proprietary cookie. We run an instance of prebid.org software on our infrastructure.
This cookie is run by DoubleClick Digital Marketing, a service which has now been renamed to Google Marketing Platform.
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