When it comes to social login, very few things are set in stone.
Because you don't have to use the default experience if you don't want to.
Tracking, and responding to, everything that happens
during social login.
Guess what? You can programmatically manage the social login experience.
You know what they say: if you don't like the way social login looks then change it. (Well, someone says that.)
All the server and application domain cookies employed during social login.