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    Dear support team,

    I’ve been using W3 Cache for a long time, it works fine – thank you for that.
    But now I have noticed that a Cloudeflare is setting cookies, which I cannot prevent. Even if I delete the entire plugin, it persists. Since this is not GDPR compliant for my website head, this has to be turned off.
    According to the analysis, this link is given:

    It would be nice if you could tell me where exactly this file is stored.
    Thanks for your help in advance.

    Best regards,

    Marko Vasiljevic

    Hello Frank,

    Thank you for your inquiry, and thanks for using W3 Total Cache. I am happy to assist you with this.
    This is an external resource so it’s coming from Cloudflare.
    The jquery Cookie is a simple, lightweight jQuery plugin for reading, writing, and deleting cookies. This does not mean that this is a cookie per se. I would suggest reaching out to Cloudflare support for more information about that resource and how to disable it if you want to do so.


    Hello Marco,
    Thank you for the quick and friendly answer. I will contact Cloudflare directly, somehow I would feel better if this link is no longer there.

    Have a nice evening and best regards,

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