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From simple settings information, cookies can also save a large amount of personal information (name, email address) that you need to fully access. If you have not enabled them, then cookies cannot access the files on your computer. Saving and sending cookies are not visible to you, but you can choose to approve / reject cookies, delete saved cookies, and other cookie related activities in your browser's settings.
How to disable cookies?
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What are temporary cookies?
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What are permanent cookies?
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What are first-party cookies?
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What are third-party cookies?
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What kind of cookies does this web site use?
Session cookies - are cookies that will automatically be deleted when you close the Internet browser you are working on
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Are there third-party cookies on this website?
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More information about turning off cookies
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