Why are tracking cookies bad?

Tracking cookies are not inherently bad, but their misuse by websites can make them risky. Websites can use tracking cookies to collect sensitive information without users’ knowledge or consent, and third-party cookies can track users across multiple websites. Inadequate security measures can also make cookies vulnerable to threats. Websites should be transparent about their use of such cookies and obtain users’ consent to use them.

Read more about tracking cookies to understand how to use them without risking user privacy.