Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer when you visit a website. The main purpose of cookies is to distinguish users on a website. You will encounter cookies on many websites. This way, sites can use a cookie to see what the behavior of users on their site is and what they are interested in. Not only interesting for website owners, but also for third parties such as advertisers. Using a cookie, for example, website owners can show specific content to a specific user and advertisers can tailor advertisements.
A cookie can contain various information, which can also be personal. Think of log-in data, address details, etc. In addition, the website behavior of you as a user can be stored by means of a cookie. Many users are not charmed by cookies. One of the biggest reasons for this is violation of privacy. However, cookies do make a positive contribution to the website use of visitors. Cookies can exchange data with different sites, so for example if you log into gmail.com, you are also logged in as standard on google.com. Retaining your data on a website or exchanging data between different websites ensures that you as a user can move more easily and save time. In short, cookies simplify navigation for you as a user on the web.
If you allow cookies on our website, then these are the cookies that we use:
|The website uses this to store temporary information from your session (website visit).
|Fork CMS uses this to store the chosen language.
|Fork CMS uses this to register the visitor.
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