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These messages are a 'heads-up' to developers to update their code so that sites continue to work in the future. Normal site visitors won't see these messages and won't need to worry. 

You're seeing these messages in the developer tools because browsers (including Chrome, Firefox, and Edge) are changing their behaviour to make cookies safer by enforcing more privacy-preserving defaults. If the cookies are created by Squarespace, you do not need to take any action. In fact, there's nothing you can do. Squarespace will be updating their services to keep sites running smoothly. 

If you have added snippets of code that create cookies, or have purchased extensions, plugins or addons that create them, you may need to update them to ensure that your site picks up the new behaviour.

There's more technical information here: SameSite cookies explained.

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