What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that the website you visit saves on your computer.
There are two types of cookies. One type saves a file for a long time on your computer. It is used, for example, for functions that tell what is new since the user last visited the current website. The other type of cookies is called session cookies. While you are browsing and browsing a page, this cookie is temporarily stored in your computer’s memory, for example, to keep track of your chosen language. Session cookies are not stored for a long time on your computer, but disappear when you close your browser.
You can make settings on your computer if you do not want to accept cookies. Then the computer automatically denies the storage of cookies or informs each time a website requests to store a cookie. Through the browser you can also delete previously stored cookies. See the browser’s help pages for more information.
The information saved is not linked to a particular person. The information generated by your use of the site will be stored by Google on their servers. Google may, under its general terms and conditions, transmit information to third parties if required by law or where a third party processes the information on Google’s behalf.
Cookies set when using Google Analytics:
_ga Special visitors and gather information about usage statistics regarding the site. Lifetime 2 years
_gid Special visitors. Longevity 24 hours
_gat Optimizes _good cake performance. Lifetime 1 minute
these cookies are used to: