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In what we call "web 2.0", cookies play an important role in facilitating access to and delivery of multiple services that the user enjoys on the Internet, such as:
Customize certain settings such as: the language in which a site is viewed, the currency in which certain prices or rates are expressed, keeping options for various products (measures, other details, etc.) in the shopping cart (and storing these options) - thus generating shopping cart flexibility (accessing old preferences by accessing the "forward" and "backward" buttons)
Cookies provide site owners with valuable feedback on how their sites are used by users, so that they can make them even more efficient and accessible to users.
Allow multimedia or other applications from other sites to be included in a particular site to create a more valuable, useful, and enjoyable browsing experience;
Improve the efficiency of online advertising.
What is a "cookie"?
An "Internet Cookie" (also known as a "browser cookie" or "HTTP cookie" or simply "cookie") is a small file, consisting of letters and numbers, that will be stored on your computer, mobile terminal or other equipment of a user from which the Internet is accessed.
The cookie is installed by request issued by a web server to a browser (eg Internet Explorer, Chrome) and is completely "passive" (does not contain software, viruses or spyware and can not access the information on the user's hard drive).
There are 2 cookie categories: the name and the content or the value of the cookie. Moreover, the duration of the existence of a cookie is determined; technically, only the web server that sent the cookie can access it again when a user returns to the website associated with that web server.
Cookies themselves do not require personal information in order to be used and, in most cases, do not personally identify internet users.
There are 2 main categories of cookies:
Session cookies - these are temporarily stored in the cookies folder of the web browser for the user to store them until the user leaves the respective website or closes the browser window (eg when logging in to a webmail account or on social networks).
Persistent Cookies - These are stored on the hard drive of a computer or device (and generally depend on the default cookie life). Persistent cookies also include those placed by a website other than the one the user is currently visiting - known as 'third party cookies' - which may be used anonymously to memorize a user's interests so that the most relevant advertising for users is delivered.
What are the benefits of cookies?
A cookie contains information that links a web browser (user) to a specific web server (website). If a browser accesses that web server again, it can read the information already stored and react accordingly. Cookies provide users with a pleasant browsing experience and support the efforts of many websites to provide comfortable services to users: eg online privacy preferences, site language options, shopping carts or relevant advertising.
What is the lifetime of a cookie?
Cookies are administered by webservers. The lifespan of a cookie can vary significantly, depending on the purpose for which it is placed. Some cookies are used exclusively for a single session (session cookies) and are no longer retained once the user has left the website and some cookies are retained and reused each time the user returns to that website ('cookies- permanent hatred '). However, cookies can be deleted by a user at any time through the browser settings.
What are third-party cookies?
Certain sections of content on some sites may be provided through third parties / providers (eg news box, video or advertisement). These third parties may also place cookies through the site and they are called "third party cookies" because they are not placed by the owner of that website. Third party providers must also comply with applicable law and the site owner's privacy policies.
Refusal of cookies
The cookie usage setting is included in your internet browser. By default, most browsers automatically accept cookies. With the browser, you can refuse these cookies or reduce them to certain types, which you select specially.
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