What is a cookie
A cookie is a text file that the site you visit requests to save on your computer, tablet or smartphone, and which allows you to identify you as a visitor to a website. The information contained in the cookie can be used to track your browsing on sites that use the same type of cookie.
There are two different types of cookies. One type is more durable and saves a text file for a long time on your computer. For example, this kind of cookies is used for features that tell you what's new since you last visited the current site.
The second type of cookie is more short-term (sessionscookies) and stored temporarily in your means of communication during the time you visit a website. For example, this kind of cookies is used to keep track of which language you have chosen for the current site and will disappear as soon as you shut down your browser.
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