What are cookies
Cookies (also known as tags or tracking pixels) are small pieces of data that come from a website and are stored on a user’s computer during browsing. Cookies allow websites to remember information about the user, such as if the user is logged in, recording what pages have been visited on the website.
Vault JS does not store personally identifiable data about our users, though we do partner with the third parties listed below to securely store collected data, and never sell the data we do collect. We also partner with select third-party platforms to provide a better online experience and they may also place cookies on your computer that will be used when browsing our website. You can disable cookies in your browser, though please note that most modern browsers and website rely on cookies in some fashion, so disabling them may hinder your ability to use certain websites or functionality on a website.
What we are tracking and why
LinkedIn Insight: LinkedIn Insight Tag creates a unique LinkedIn browser cookie on a visitor's browser and enables the collection of the following data for that cookie: metadata such as IP address, timestamp, and page events (like page views). For more information see: https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/65521.