A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies are used to ensure the effective operation of the site and provide information to the website owner. They help you remember your choices and settings for a certain period of time.
- __stid and __unam – these cookies monitor the activities of “click traffic”, for example – viewed web pages, time spent on each page, and so on.
- _gid and _ga – these cookies are used to collect statistical information about the website’s traffic. The obtained data is used for preparation of reports and website development.
- pll_language – a cookie that preserves the language chosen by a user on a website.
You can manage and delete cookies at any time on your demand. However, deleting cookies may disrupt certain features of the site and make the visit ineffective. You can restrict your cookies or block them completely through your browser settings. Most browsers have settings that automatically prevent any cookie from being installed, when the feature is turned by a user. You can also set the browser to notify you before any cookie is installed to your computer. It’s important to know that most sites will stop working properly when you disallow the installation of cookies.