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What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files sent to a web service by users. The files are stored on your computer’s hard drive, laptop or device that you use to connect to the Internet. Only the database that sent them reads the data that was put in the cookie.
Cookies allow the system to function properly, as most websites are used: the government information, online shops and public institutions.
What’s in cookies?
Cookies can be used to store information about Internet users ‘ interests.Needs accurate modification of content for users ‘ tastes, including surveys, polling, advertisements, images and tex.
It usually consists of a collection of websites, language of choice, venue. These may also include personal information if received by a user. Just information provided by the internet user has access to websites. Sites can not access other files on your computer .
How to control them?
Internet users have the option to control the settings of cookies in most of the available browsers.
In the settings you can: allow cookies to be used, choose to restrict or delete cookies, configure file use for individual sites or adjust settings for various cookie types (e.g. approve files as trading assets).
How do I disable cookies?
Agents used in mobile devices, desktops, and mobile devices mostly have default cookie recognition settings.
It is possible to change the browser settings at any time. If you have the correct option to set up, you can use the “Help” in the browser menu.
Google Analytics will collect Google-authenticated identifiers associated with users’ Google Accounts (and therefore, personal information). Google Analytics will temporarily join these identifiers to Google Analytics data in order to support audiences.