Some Web sites store information in a small text file on your computer. This file is called a cookie.
There are several types of cookies, and you can choose whether to allow some, none, or all of them to be saved on your computer. If you do not allow cookies at all, you may not be able to view some Web sites or take advantage of customization features (such as local news and weather, or stock quotes).
How cookies are used
Cookies can also store personally identifiable information. Personally identifiable information is information that can be used to identify or contact you, such as your name, e-mail address, home or work address, or telephone number. However, a Web site only has access to the personally identifiable information that you provide. For example, a Web site cannot determine your e-mail name unless you provide it. Also, a Web site cannot gain access to other information on your computer.
Once a cookie is saved on your computer, only the Web site that created the cookie can read it.
First-Party vs. Third-Party cookies
Changing your cookie setting:
If you use Internet Explorer, to change the settings do the following:
Click on My Computer on your desktop or Settings on your Start Menu
Click on Control Panel
(click on Internet Connections on some systems)
Click Internet Options
Click Advanced and there you can make your choice of how you want to control your cookies.
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