What are Cookies?
Cookies are pieces of data, usually text file, stored by websites on the computers of their visitors. These cookies store specific information of the visitor.
Websites have no "memory" and can’t transfer information to each other. Cookies were created to solve these problems and act as a kind of memory.
For example, cookies allow you to log on to one page, proceed on other pages, and then go back to the first, staying connected.
Cookies are either set to expire when the browser closes or expire after a predetermined period of time.
Session cookies are set to expire when the user's browser is closed. These cookies allow websites to link the actions of a visitor during a browser session. They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as remembering what a user has put in their shopping cart as they browse a website. They can also provide security in transactions.
Session cookies are set to expire when the user's browser is closed. Persistent cookies are set to expire after a predetermined time without being affected by the browser. These cookies can be used for a variety of reasons, such as storing the preferences and choices of the users, when using a web page or an ad targeting.
Cookies we use
Specifically, the cookies we use are as follows:
How do I change cookies settings?
Most browsers allow some cookies to be managed by the browser settings.