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We Collect Cookies
What are Cookies?
We do not sell nor redistribute your personal information to any other third party website without your consent.
Third Party Embeds & Privacy
Pertains to Social Media Platforms, Networking Platforms and Other Third Party Embeds:
1) Session details. This type can recall your login credentials from a previous visit, such as which account you logged in with. It can also recall certain preferences, such as suggest which topics on the website are of interest to you.
2) Personalization and advertisement alteration. On top of suggesting similar content, cookies can help you visually change the website. If you disable a certain element of the website (for example, hide one section of the website you don’t want to see), the cookie saves it. Additionally, you’ll notice the advertisements will go from generic to something you might need. The website uses your browsing habits to fine-tune the ads for each visitor.
3) Tracking. Shopping websites store the information about items you visited, added to cart, spent a lot of time viewing, or previously purchased. Additionally, you’ll notice that the items in the cart will still be waiting for you the next time you visit.
4) To save money. This one is simple – the more information the website can store in your internal memory, the less storage they need themselves. This becomes obvious with websites that have billions of viewers, such as Google or YouTube.
Where are these Cookies Stored?
In the situation of a website breaking and needing to do what is called "Clearing your Browser Cache and Cookies"- The majority of cookies are stored locally, on your device. This means you can delete cookies at will. While this can action can reset the browsing experience to be as if you never have visited that website before, it can also help you get rid of those cookies that are sketchy or downright malicious and causing issues.
If you do "Clear your Browser Cache and Cookies", the next time you visit, you have to accept the new cookies. You can also change your browser’s settings to enable or disable cookies entirely, although the latter has consequences. Some websites will stop working altogether, while others won’t let you log in or perform certain things.