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Information about cookies

According to the Electronic Communications Act of July 25, 2003, anyone visiting websites should be informed about what cookies are used for and are given the opportunity to refuse such use.[su_spacer size=”0″]

What are cookies?

This site uses cookies. A cookie is a small text file stored on the visitor’s computer and contains text information. Cookies are used for some features that improve the web page for the user or provide us with statistics about the use of the site. The statistics can only be read as numbers and are not linked to subscriptions or persons. We do not save any personal information through cookies, and information about the visitor can not be tracked through cookies. A cookie can not launch programs.[su_spacer size=”0″]

Different types of cookies

The website uses cookies called session cookies. While the visitor is browsing and browsing a web page, this type of cookie is sent between the visitor’s computer and the server in order to link information, such as the presets the visitor has chosen on the web page. Session cookies are not permanently stored on the visitor’s computer, but disappear when you close your browser.[/one_half][one_half_last]

Accept or decline cookies

Each visitor can specify if he or she wants to accept to accept cookies or not. Most browsers (eg Internet Explorer and Netscape) automatically receive cookies, but you can change the settings so they do not accept them or give the visitor a choice if they want to accept or not. However, if the cookie feature is turned off, the web will not be fully utilized.[su_spacer size=”0″]

Block all cookies

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How to use:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x

How to block cookies in Internet Explorer 6.x: Choose Tools > </ strong> Internet Options. Select the privacy tab. Move upward to “block all cookies” appears. Press OK.

Netscape Navigator 7.x </ h6>To block cookies in Netscape Navigator 7.x: In the menu, select “Edit > </ strong> Preferences” Click the triangle next to “Privacy & amp; Security” Select Cookies Click the radio button “Disable Cookies” Click OK[/one_half_last][su_spacer size=”40″]