A cookie is a small piece of text sent to your browser by a website you visit. When you return to the site, the information written in the cookie can be retrieved by it. Cookies improve your browsing experience by remembering your preferences such as language and other settings. They can also be retrieved by other websites in order to track your previous visits.
A cookie cannot contain any virus or produce any damage to your device.
Some cookies are strictly necessary for an optimum operation of a website. Others have different functionalities like favoring the navigation between sites, allowing a site to remember your preferences or detecting if you have visited the site previously.
By its origin, cookies can be classified as:
By origin, cookies can be classified as:
Own cookies: It is the visited site the one dropping them
Third party cookies: Cookies dropped by a server from another domain, although always with the authorization of the visited site.
To remember you language preference.
To be able to count the number of visits that each site’s sections have received.
All internet users are able to freely choose if they authorize a site to drop 'cookies' in their device or not. One way to do this is through the settings of the web browser. In particular, the user is able to delete all the already dropped cookies and to choose if he accepts new ones or not.
At Netquest, we want to make it easy for you to exercise your right to change your cookies’ preferences. In the next section, we will inform you about what cookies are we using, their functionality and how to modify your preferences.
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You can configure your cookies preferences in your browser.
All browsers are constantly updated and modified; therefore, by accessing to the privacy section in the 'options' menu of your browser, all the preferences can be set up. (For more information please visit the help & support section of your browser).
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