Cookies are small text files stored on a device (computer, tablet, or mobile phone) while browsing the Internet, including PLUS websites, and contain a series of characters with open or encrypted information.
The server sends cookies to your computer and stores them there. They primarily serve to identify the computer from which a website is opened. If you log in to a website, cookies notify the server of the login and check the rights to open a particular page.
Cookies can improve the communication between our server and your computer and thus facilitate the use of our website. Cookies must not only be from the website owner but also a third party, such as a social network or advertising network.
Through your browser, you can display cookies from your computer, delete existing cookies, or adjust the configuration so that not all or no cookies are stored at all. Please note that some functions (such as a login) will not work or will not work correctly if you disable the setting of cookies.
How long do cookies last?
Each cookie has its deadline. That deadline may be in the distant future. Thanks to cookies, an organization can track the user’s path through different parts of our website and other websites.
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