Most online browsers provide some level of control over the majority of cookies via their browser settings. Visit allaboutcookies.org to know about cookies, including how to detect which cookies have been placed and how to manage and delete them.
What is Cookie ?
Cookie is a little piece of data which stored on a user’s computer’s hard drive that remembers how a user navigates a website. When the user returns, the website may give them customized choices based on the information stored about their previous visit. Additionally, cookies can be used to do traffic analysis and for advertising and marketing reasons.
Most websites utilize cookies, which do not damage a user’s computer system.
A user may verify or adjust the kind of cookies they accept; this is often done through the browser’s settings. At any moment, a user can disable cookies by enabling the setting on their browser that enables them to refuse the settings for all or certain cookies. By continuing to explore our site without disabling cookies, you consent to the usage of cookies. You may be unable to access all or sections of our site if you block all cookies (including essential cookies) in your browser settings.
Visit www.allaboutcookies.org to learn more about cookies, including how to detect which cookies have been set and how they may be managed and deleted.
Cookies are classified as follows:
Session Cookies – These are temporary cookies that are saved on your computer for the duration of your web session and are erased immediately when you close your browser. They are typically associated with an anonymous session ID that enables you to browse a website without logging in on each page, but they do not gather any personal information from your computer.
A persistent cookie is one which is saved to your computer as a file and remains there after your web browser has been closed. When you return to the website that produced the cookie, it may be read by the website that created it. Google Analytics makes use of persistent cookies.
Additionally, cookies can be classified as follows:
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Cookies are necessary for the website to work correctly, for example, when making a purchase of a product or service, and hence cannot be deactivated. We would be unable to provide you with the services available on our website without these cookies. These cookies do not gather personally identifiable information about you for marketing purposes or to track your online activities.
These cookies help us to monitor and optimize our website’s performance. For instance, these cookies enable us to track visitors, identify the source of traffic, and determine which sections of the site are the most often visited.
These cookies enable our website to remember your preferences and provide better functionality. For example, we may be able to send you news or updates on the services you use. Additionally, they may be utilized to offer requested services, such as streaming a video or commenting on a blog. By and large, the data gathered by these cookies is anonymous.