Cookies are used to facilitate the access and delivery of various services that an average user enjoys when visiting various pages on the Internet. Cookies provide information on how a user is using different pages of the website. They help the user interact more easily with the website. Subsequently, such information can be used to arrange, edit website content to help other users enjoy it more easily.
What is a “cookie”?
We invite you to find out what a cookie is: definition of a “cookie”, also known as “Internet cookie”, “browser cookie” or “HTTP cookie” is the following: a small file, consisting of numbers and letters, which is stored on the computer or device used by the user to access the Internet.
This cookie is installed by the request from a web server to a browser. Depending on which browser the user is using (whether Safari, Edge, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera or Mozilla Firefox), the cookie is passive. A cookie does not have software programs such as viruses or spyware, therefore it cannot damage your device or computer. Also, the cookie does not have the ability to access information on the user’s hard drive.
You should also know that an Internet cookie has fixed duration and it consists of two parts: its name and its content or value.
Good to know: A cookie by itself does not request personal information for later use. Also, generally, a cookie does not personally identify an internet user.
You should know that there are two large categories of browser cookies:
- Session cookie – this type of cookie is stored temporarily in the user’s browser cookie folder. Here the cookie is saved until the user leaves the website or preferred to close the browser window used.
- Persistent cookie – this type of cookie is stored on the hard drive of a PC (for a fixed duration). This also includes the cookies placed by a website other than the one used by the user, also known as “third party cookies”. You should know that such cookies can memorize the interests of a user (what they visit on the website), so that the advertising they encounter afterwards in other locations or on the same website is more relevant.
What is the utility of a cookie?
Cookies provide users with a more enjoyable browsing experience and, in most cases, help websites provide more useful, clear user services (according to their interests and preferences).
Important to know: a user has the ability to delete cookies at any time. They just need to use the settings of the browser they use to browse the Internet. Keep in mind that most modern browsers, including Safari, Mozilla, Edge, Internet Explorer, Opera, or Chrome, offer users the possibility to change cookie settings. These settings can be changed if you go to the options section or the preferences menu (depending on the browser you are using).
If you want to know how you can change the settings of a browser, you can visit the links below. These may be useful in doing this.
You may set up your browser to notify you when we send cookies and thus allow cookies to be accessed individually so that you can accept cookies in certain cases or block them. Also, users choosing to disable their cookies must be aware that disabling cookies can lead to the limitation of website functionality.
How to disable website tracking?
You can prevent cookies from being saved/stored by changing the settings of the browser you are using. Please note, however, that such action may prevent you from using all the features on this website, as well as on other websites in their entirety. In addition, you may prevent information generated by a cookie that is related to your use of the website (including the IP address) to be transmitted to Google and processed by Google. To do this, click on the following link and download and install the browser shutdown option: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=ro
Most cookies that our website uses are “session cookies” and “persistent cookies”) to help us identify you when you visit Coverletter.ro and disclose cookies to advertisers or third-party advertising networks. Through our “web beacons” (also known as Internet labels, pixel tags, tracking pixels, and clear GIFs) on our platform, third parties can collect information such as the IP address of the device, webpage URL, the page that was viewed, the type of browser used, and any additional information in cookies that might have been set up by the third party.
We work with third parties, such as Google Analytics, to provide analysis services that can use the cookie settings on the device to measure advertising performance and generally to track traffic to coverletter.ro. In addition, we have implemented Google Analytics reports on demographic and interest reporting that classify cookie information so that we and third-party service providers can better disseminate relevant and useful ads for you on coverletter.ro and on various websites. You can opt out of Google Analytics and Google Analytics services’ tracking for demographic and interest reporting statistics by visiting Google Ad Settings or by downloading the Google Analytics Exclusion Browser add-on.
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