How are cookies from link shorteners working without consent despite of the regulations?

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They might be considered "strictly necessary" or they might not identify you but just store non PII.

I doubt that though, and Twitter's one has an expiracy of two years which is illegal according to

This makes me what to read the ePrivacy Directive, I read most of the GDPR and it's not that hard to understand (I don't believe I understood all of its implications though).

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