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User identification via analytics solutions, any gotchas?

Currently we are using Google Analytics and provide a simple template generated privacy policy, i.e. standard policy on cookies, anonymous tracking etc Some more advanced solutions such as mixpanel ...
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Making one exclude cookie for multiple google analytics sites

I've got multiple sites all with different google analytics profiles in them (managed under one account). I would like to exclude everyones traffic in the office from all the sites. To do this when ...
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What are these cookies for: __switchTo5x, __unam, __qca?

I tested on my local Mac's (OS X 10.6.8) Apache. Just now, I did a print_r($_SERVER) from a PHP script, and it shows these three cookies. What is that all about? I didn't set them. Is this something ...
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What does the Quantcast __qca cookie do?

I'm reviewing the cookies served up from my website and one of them is a first-party cookie __qca which seems to be set by Quantcast. I'm sure this is just used for tracking, but I can't find this ...
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Google Analytics: 300% direct traffic increase - due to load balancing or tracking code change? [closed]

Last Wednesday we changed the domain name of the Analytics cookie used on our online retail site to be able to better track our outsourced on-site search. Following some discrepancies in the traffic ...
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Variable IPs: How variable are they? Best practices for tracking

There are a lot of questions on StackOverflow relating to session security / session hijacking, but there doesn't seem to be a really good solution to the problem. The three most common suggestions ...