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What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device by websites you visit. Cookies have different jobs and tasks. Some remember settings, for example, your language,  size of fonts and other settings that you have specified on your computer or device for viewing a particular website. This enables your browser to remember your settings and when you visit a particular website again, you do not need to go through the settings again. This enables websites to remember your preferences and settings.


Some cookies are essential for a website to work properly (login cookies, session cookies), some are designed to enhance the user experience (saving user preferences for example), some cookies are used to track users actions on a website this in turn enables the owners and administrators to optimize the website and enhance user experience.


A website can save cookies (“first party cookies”) or a third party can save cookies if they lead to a different place you are currently viewing (“third party cookies”).


First party cookies are from the website you as a viewer are viewing. The website uses these cookies to store information that will be used again when the user revisits the website.


Third party cookies originate from other sources, such as partner websites (for displaying ads or measuring traffic on the website). Third party cookies collect information about users and are essential for showing ads, analytics and product enhancement).

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You always have the ability to accept or refuse cookies. Most browsers will accept cookies on their own. You can set up your browser in such a way that is will block a cookie or cookies or you will receive a notification before a cookie is saved. You can completely block websites from saving cookies. Cookies that are already saved can be deleted.


Cookies from can be deleted or managed from your browser.

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