Cookies are usually small text files, that are stored on your computer with which you access internet. The purpose of cookies is to recognize individual devices which were used by the user to access a website. Cookie storage is fully controlled by the browser used by the individual user, which means that every user can limit or completely disable storage of cookies.
Why cookies are necessary?
- saving data about the state of an individual website (details about adjustments of an individual website),
- help with different web services (online shops)
- help with collecting different statistics and habits of the user (eg. follow the frequency of visiting a certain website,...)
Companies can, with the help of cookies, evaluate the efficiency of the scheme and structure of their websites, evaluate individual contents, follow the typical "journey" of an individual trough the content structure, define the weaknesses, eg. where they loose most of the users, and evaluate the suitability of the type and number of advertisements on their websites.
To ensure a more accurate supervision of your privacy, in some browsers you can set the rules for cookie management for every single website separately. In this way you can block cookies on unknown websites and enable cookies on websites you trust.
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Which cookies does the website contain?
|Source of the cookie||Name of the cookie||Purpose|
|Google Analytics||_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmx, _utmxx, _utmz||Statistics of website views|
|Youtube||PREF, NID, FLC, as_drt_, exchange_uid||Youtube video|
|Share This||_stid, _unam, _uset, UID, UIDR, _seg, _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz||Functions for sharing on social media|
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