What are cookies?
Cookies are a small text file that usually contains a unique identifier that is sent to your terminal's browser and is located in your terminal's storage. This file contains some anonymous information such as an identifier, website name, or duration (expiration time). This file may be temporary and exists at the time you log on to a particular web site, or it may be of a lasting nature and remains in your terminal's storage for the specified expiration date or until it is removed by the user.
Reasons for using cookies:
Types of cookies saved through websites
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The extent to which each type of cookie is stored can be affected by setting up your browser. You can also remove previously existing cookies that are already located in your terminal's storage. You can also request alerts about saved cookies through your browser settings. More detailed information on cookies is available directly in your browser settings or, if available, please go to your browser's help.