Cookie is an information file which is sent by the site and stored on the users’ device. Cookie’s content doesn’t allow the user to be identified and accordingly there are no other files available on the users’ device. Cookies may contain the site name, date, time, etc., it gets assigned with a unique number, by which the user is recognized.
Saved cookies allow to recognize client’s computer, so when the client re-visits the site or its section, there’s given a chance to avoid re-entering data. Cookies improves user experience on the site and is used to help improve the site, develop it to be user friendly, help identify and understand user preferences, and also show specific adverts on different sites, to the specific audience based on previously visited sites.
The service user can at any time make changes to the settings related to cookies. These settings can be changed, turned on or off/blocked for automatic cookie processing.
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- • Cookies are stored in your web browser, files are temporarily stored on your device, and the device automatically deletes them after a certain time.
- • Cookies are stored in your web browser; files are saved in the user’s device until the moment they are deleted by the user manually.
- • Cookie advert files from advert servers, their business and service providers adapt to the user, their preferences and habits. These files help to evaluate the effectiveness of adverts, such as possibly acknowledging how many people click on a specific advert and visit the advertiser’s site. These cookies collect information and send it to the third parties. An example of this is Google AdWords, Google Analytics. To receive more information about the usage of cookies, visit the third-party sites.
Information on how visitors can opt out of Google’s used cookie files, Google advert settings or opt out of third-party service provider used cookie files, opting out of network advertising initiative.