The so-called cookies are tiny text files sent to the user’s browser when he or she visits our website. Cookies help us record information about your visit to our sites.
We use both a type of cookies that expire when your browser visit ends and another type of cookies that have a set date of expiration.
Cookies allow us to distinguish users through arbitrarily assigned ID numbers, keep track of a number of visits to our sites, throttle server request rates and access information about users’ visits of our sites, from which sites the users have arrived, what their session states currently are and when they end. This information is used for running and improving our services and is shared only with our analytics, advertising and social media partners. You can read about how they use your data here.
Most common browsers offer a way to manage cookies. This method may be to some degree limited in mobile browsers. You can find more information about managing cookies in the help or support sections of your browsers.