A cookie is a small paragraph on your browser that is downloaded onto your computer when you visit a website. Cookies enable the website to recognise the computer of the visitor. In addition, it helps the website remember information about your visit, for example, language preferences and other settings. It can make your next visit easier and more useful for you. Cookies have an important role. Without them, using a website would be a much more tedious experience.
Cookies are usually used to gather statistics by tracking the preferences of users when they visit websites. Based on this, we create a profile according to your preferences. This profile is no way affiliated with your name, address, e-mail, or the like.
They do not. Cookies do not record your name, address, age, or any other personal data. Cookies only record your interests and preferences from previous visits.