Cookies help us to provide our services.
The definition of Cookies in Wikipedia can be found here.
By viewing these pages, you agree to the use of these files.
You can always delete your cookies at your discretion by setting up your Internet browser.
You can find cookies for individual browsers here:
- browser Google Chrome
- browser Mozilla Firefox
- browser Internet Explorer
- browser Opera
- mobile browser Android, Safari
Short-term cookies are automatically deleted when the browser is turned off.
Long-term cookies are retained even when the browser and computer are turned off.
Some cookies gather information that is subsequently used by the parties.
For example, Google AdWords (collecting remarketing purposes) or Google Analytics (Tracking Traffic Statistics).
How Google treats your cookies can be found here.
Furthermore, cookies can be used to store information about polls in polls.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that can be sent to a web browser while visiting a website and stored on your device (a computer or other Internet access device such as a smartphone or tablet). Cookies are stored in the folder for your internet browser files. Cookies usually include the name of the web site they come from and their date of birth. On the next visit, the web browser reloads cookies and sends this information back to the website that originally created the cookies. The cookies we use do not harm your computer.
How can you change cookie settings?
Most Internet browsers are originally set to automatically accept cookies. You can change this setting by blocking cookies or alerting when cookies are sent to your device. The instructions for changing cookies can be found in the "help" option of each browser. If you use a variety of devices to access your site (like a computer, smartphone, tablet), we recommend that each browser customize your cookie preferences on each device.
Why keep your cookies set?