Cookies

This website uses to provide services, personalize ads, and analyzing traffic cookies. By using this website you agree.

A cookie (English scone, biscuit, cracker) in the HTTP protocol indicates a small amount of data that the server sends the browser. It is stored on the user's computer.

At each subsequent visit sites the browser sends this data back to the server. Cookies are used to distinguish individual users stored in them content "shopping cart" in the electronic stores user preferences and the like.

Technically, in terms of a series of codes, according to which the browser then collects and sends information about our behavior back to the server.

Cookies contain information about how long you should keep the viewer (from disposable to several years).

Cookies are not directly tied to our name and e-mail address, but often contain our system login information. They are common to install a browser. Cookies are not secured, including data collected.

How Google uses cookies you'll find here.