What is a cookie?
In essence, a cookie is a tiny data file that a website requests your browser to store on your computer or mobile device whenever you visit it. By doing so, the website can “remember” your preferences or actions for a certain period of time. Although most browsers allow cookies, users have the option to refuse or delete them. Session cookies, which are erased when you exit your browser, and permanent cookies, which persist until their expiration date or removal from your cache, are the two types of cookies. When you revisit a website, permanent cookies enable it to retrieve specific information about your previous activity. Additionally, cookies may temporarily store anonymous data about website usage and users. While some cookies are necessary for website use, others allow customization and optimization of content, the collection of user preferences, monitoring of website audiences, detection of errors, and securing of access.
How to control cookies?
In case you prefer not to receive cookies, you have the option to adjust your browser settings to receive notifications when cookies are sent or to reject them altogether. Additionally, you can delete any cookies that have already been stored. If you wish to limit or prevent web browser cookies from being set on your device, you can manage this through your browser settings. However, please note that disabling cookies may restrict your access to certain features on our websites.