A cookie is file saved on the user’s computer by the provider of the web service. In practice cookies are small, anonymous text files saved inside a user’s web browser cache. The web server or service can read the cookie on later visits to the same site, enabling the service to recognize the browser and user as the same visitor as earlier. The cookie may only be used by the server that saved it in the first place and the user may not be identified as a specific person based on cookie data. Cookies pose no threat to the user’s devices.
There are two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies expire as a user quits using a web service, whereas persistent cookies are stored in the user’s browser for a fixed time or until deleted by the user. Cookies make websites easier to use and enable some functionalities like recalling a session, personifying the website for the user and making log-ins easier.
The cookie includes only a unique identifier that enables us to identify the web browser visiting the website.
We use third party vendor managed advertising cookies to promote our products in both our website and the websites of other parties. You may be able to opt-out from certain third party managed advertising cookies through third party cookie management sites, such as Google DoubleClick.
Many web browser present you with the option to prevent cookies provided by third parties. If enabled, the web browser will only allow cookies to be saved by the web service you are currently accessing. The option is accessible either through the web browser’s settings (which option will prevent all third party cookies from functioning) or on the Your Online Choices website (which allows you to choose the cookies to be disabled on a company-by-company basis).
You can erase your web browser’s cookie cache through the web browser settings. Erasing a cookie will delete the unique identifier stored inside the browser cache along with the web usage profile attached thereto. Erasing cookie cache will not prevent the storage of new cookies in the future.
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