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What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that a web server places on your computer when you visit a website. The file consists only of letters and numbers, does not execute software codes.When used by a website, the cookie can help make easier to use, for example, to remember your settings website.

Cookies live in the memory of your web browser. Usually, a cookie contains:

The name of the server that created the cookie
A length of time that exist cookie
A value (usually a random string of numbers and characters)
Only the website that created the cookie can read it. Cookies can be used for a wide range of reasons. In we use cookies to track usage of the site anonymously, track sessions and settings, improve website performance and manage services to users and advertisers.

Types of cookies

We are using five types of cookies in , for a variety of purposes, as described below.

Cookies anonymous analysis
We use these to analyze and measure traffic to the site. Examples of cookies analysis include:

Tracking cookies anonymous usage statistics to
Cookies Google Analytics to track anonymous global usage that allows us to improve the site
Cookie Comscore to track aggregate use
Cookie Quantserve for analysis that helps us understand our audience online
log cookies
These types of cookies allow us to see that you are connected, allowing you to comment, react to posts and click on the badges. Examples of cookies registration are:

The cookie maintains its configuration and open session, if registered
the Facebook cookie as part of login through Facebook, so that you remember when you revisit
Cookies third (unrelated advertising)
These cookies allow us to integrate with other services like Twitter or Facebook, perform optional surveys, and help improve site performance. Examples include:

Cookie Vizu for occasional web studies conducted by
Cookie Akamai for our CDN (Content Delivery Network), which helps us deliver fast and efficient
Cookie Twitter for the characteristics of Twitter on pages , including the that lets you tweet about content
cookie Facebook for Facebook features on pages , including allowing you toshare and “like” on content on Facebook
cookies related third party advertising
These cookies we they help deliver and track ads in , including ads that are relevant to their interests. Examples of third – party advertising cookies include:

Cookie TubeMogul helps advertisers to place ads relevant to their interests, the videos you watch while online
Cookie AppNexus that helps advertisers to offer online advertising, including relevant advertising to their interests
Cookies DoubleClick for Advertisers (DFA ) for tracking online advertising
Cookie DoubleClick advertising tracking
cookies Atlas for delivery and monitoring of relevant advertising to their interests
Cookies Mediamind (Eyeblaster) for delivery and monitoring of relevant advertising to their interests .
Disabling cookies

You can make your browser stop accepting some or all cookies. But it is worth noting that with cookies disabled, many of the things that makes online no longer be possible.

All modern browsers allow you to control cookies settings. Here is a list:

Safari web version and iOS version of
Internet Explorer
For more information on cookies, how they work and what they do, visit the following sites:

Microsoft cookies Guide
All About cookies
Cookie Central
Answers Google Ads
Privacy Policy Quantcast
For more information about privacy and online advertising, visit this site created by the IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau):

Your Choices online
More information about privacy issues:

Data Protection Act 1998
The Office of the Commissioner of Information
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