When you visit a website, a cookie can be placed on your device. It is a text file that helps identify you to the website. A cookie does not gather personal data from your computing device; generally, it stores information related to your interaction with the website.
These cookies, often set to support website functionality, are generated directly by the website that you are visiting.
These cookies, often set to collect statistics or provide targeted advertising, are generated by a separate domain or third-party services that the website is using.
The expiration period of a cookie is set by the website or provider and depends on how the cookie is used functionally.
These temporary cookies get cleared when you close your browser. If you return to the website in the future, the website will see you as a new user.
These cookies get preserved even after you close your browser. If you return to the website in the future, the website will recognize that you are a returning visitor.
You can delete cookies from your computer entirely or you can set controls and preferences through your browser’s settings. You can also use online tools for more control over cookies: www.aboutads.info/choices and www.youronlinechoices.eu. For more information, also visit www.aboutcookies.org.
It is important to note that disabling or limiting cookies may affect the functionality of websites that you visit.
To opt out of Google Analytics tracking, visit Google Tools.
This information and the list of cookies are current as of September 2020.