Definition of cookie modules
A HTTP cookie or a cookie module is a special, often encoded text, sent by a server to a web browser and then sent back (unchanged) by the navigator, each time he is accessing that server. On the site infocons.org, the cookies are used to track user behavior. For more details, please go to : http://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie.
Role of cookie modules
These modules allow the fast and efficient navigation between pages, memorizing your choices, options and preferences as well as optimize the use of the web site.
Information accessed using cookie modules
The cookies modules are stored in the browser memory and contain information such as: name of the server from which the cookie was sent, the period of holding the cookie module, a value – usually, a randomly generated unique number. Cookies files do not allow your personal identification.
Use of third-party placed cookies modules
Managing cookies used by infocons.org
If you have agreed to the inclusion of cookies modules in your browser through the banner on the first page of starting the web site, please keep in mind that your consent can be withdrawn anytime you wish.
Current browsers (web browsers) provide the possibility to set/disable cookies. In order to do this, in general, please access the Options tab or Preferences.
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