None of these cookies (not even that of Google Analytics) affects your privacy, to deal only data for statistical purposes and completely anonymous, so you need not seek your express consent.
However, please note that if you wish, you can disable cookies through your browser options, and even if Google Analitycs, you can use a plug-in developed by Google that is installed in your browser if you do not want be “tracked” for their cookies: Complement Opt-out of Google Analytics. Also in the app stores of different web browsers are supplements that allow the removal or non-acceptance of cookies.
European legislation requires websites that the user accepts or objects to receive cookies.
In Spain, the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AGPD) is responsible for imposing penalties on companies that fail to meet this obligation.
Definition of cookie (Wikipedia)
A cookie (or computer cookie) is a small information sent by a website and stored on the user’s browser so that the website can view previous user activity.
Its main functions are:
- Keeping track of users: When a user enters their username and password, a cookie stored so you do not have to be introducing them to each page server. However, a cookie does not identify only one person, but to a combination of computer-browser-user.
- Get information about the user’s browsing habits, and attempted spyware (spyware), by advertising agencies and others. This may cause privacy and is one of the reasons that the cookies have their detractors.