But what are cookies?
Taken from the English term "magic cookies", they are small text files whose mission is to collect data and keep them in memory, not for the purpose of surveillance or suspicion at a distance but to facilitate the often tedious path of browsing the Internet to send the best services that the visiting Internet surfer needs. These cookies also record user data, those that identify themselves during visits to a site and are also used to count the number of passages, on a day, a month or more of visitors, to survey attendance to "said"site in question.
Should we accept or refuse the cookies?
Yes and no.
Enabling or disabling cookies is a matter of personal choice and each browser allows you to do it through the "Help Menu" used in the management of the cookies.
You can also clean the computer by clearing out its cookies, once the site has been visited and the information received, in order not to leave any trace of one’s passage on the site concerned.
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