According to the Electronic Communications Act, which entered into force on July 25, 2003, anyone visiting a website with cookies will receive information about what they are used to and how they can be avoided.
A cookie is a small text file that a web server sends to your browser. The file is saved to the hard disk of your computer, either just while you visit the site (so-called session cookie) or for a long time.
Cookies are used, among other things, to save settings you've made on the site to see which pages you've visited before to lead you to news in your area of interest at the next visit, and to give the site better statistics about the number of visitors.
The site uses persistent cookies that remain on the hard disk until it is deleted - either by the user or by the server that created the cookie. Such cookies can be used to keep track of recurring visitors and their habits or to personalize web pages. But nothing prevents the user from erasing them.
The site also uses sk. session cookies. A session cookie is only stored temporarily on your computer during the time you visit a website. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.
The cookie can not identify you personally, only the browser installed on your computer and you use during the visit.
The cookie does not contain viruses, nor can it destroy other information on your computer.
How to delete your cookies
If you do not want cookies stored temporarily or for longer on your computer, you can change the settings in your web browser so that it does not allow cookies. However, such an amendment may cause you to not be able to use all of the features on the site. See also your browser's documentation and help.
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