What are cookies?
Cookie is a small text file stored on your computer. Cookies can contain text and numbers, just like sample data. Cookies are not apps and can not contain viruses or other malicious code. Cookies serve to store certain information about the users of the website so that the web page is later able to recognize the user and retrieve the stored information. It can be, for example, login info, information about previous visits, and which parts of the website the user has visited.
A cookie can only be downloaded from the URL (website) on which it was saved. Common cookies saved from a web site are usually saved from the address you see in the address bar in your browser. However, the webpage may also contain fragments and information downloaded from addresses other than those displayed in the address line in the browser. This can be a banner or analytics tool, as well as a regular content. In this way, cookies from other addresses can also be saved via the webpage you are currently viewing - Third party cookies.
Some cookies (so-called "Relative cookies") are only stored in one browser session and are blurred when you close your browser. Other cookies (so-called "persistent cookies") are stored for a set period of time and will not be mute until this period expires.
Cookies are used for various reasons described below. Unfortunately, in most cases, there is no industry standard for disabling cookies without completely deactivating the features and attributes they add to that site. It is recommended that you keep all cookies activated if you are not sure whether you need them or not if they were used to provide the service you are using.
You can avoid using cookies by setting up your browser properly (see the browser assistant for instructions). Keep in mind that disabling cookies will negatively affect the performance of this and many other websites you visit. Deactivating cookies typically also disables certain features and attributes of this page. Therefore, it is recommended that you do not disable cookies.
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