If you want to tell your visitors about Fresh Relevance cookies, here is what you could add to your cookie information for visitors. NB this is not legal advice…
tms_VisitorID: stores a unique id for the device. This is used to keep track of your shopping and personalize the shopping experience. It is an essential, first-party cookie.
tms_wsip: records whether you are using modern web browser that supports a more efficient communication channel called “web sockets”. This is used to improve performance. It is an essential, first-party cookie.
If your website uses Fresh Relevance Search, you could also add the following to your cookie page…
lbx_ac_easystorage, luigis.env.v2.*, AWSALB, AWSALBCORS, _lb_ccc, luigisbox_enabled, _lbsa, _lbab: search cookies. These are used to implement website search. They are essential, first-party cookies (more information).
_lb: stores visitor identification, so search will remember what you were doing in your previous session. This is a first-party cookie, but it is not essential, so it is only stored if you consent (more information).