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A cookie is a file containing an identification code (a sequence of numbers and letters) which is sent from a server to a browser where it is stored. Each time the browser requests a page from the server, the identification code is sent back to the server.
Cookies can be either permanent or they can be for a single connection. Persistent cookies are stored by the browser and remain active either until their expiration date or until the user deletes them. Those that relate to a single session expire when the connection is terminated, once the browser is deactivated (closed).
Cookies do not store data that can personalize the user, but personal data stored by the website and concerning users/visitors can be linked to the information stored and obtainable from cookies.
Only “persistent” cookies are used on the website and in the connected applications, only cookies relating to a single login/session or both “persistent” cookies and cookies used in a single login/session.
The names of the cookies used on the website or in connected applications, and the reasons why they are used, are listed below:
=> used (cookie name) on the website or in connected applications (to recognise a computer when a user visits the website or connected applications / to track the navigation of users on the website or connected applications / to allow the use of a “shopping cart” on the website or connected applications / to improve the usability of the website or connected applications / to analyse the use of the website or connected applications / to manage the website or connected applications / to analyse the use of the website or connected applications / to manage the website or connected applications / to manage the use of the website or connected applications.
(b) In Firefox (version 39) they can suspend the use of all cookies by selecting “Tools”, “Options”, “Privacy”, then selecting “Use Personal Settings for History” from the drop-down menu and finally unchecking “Accept cookies from websites”.
Allowed Usage of all Sites I Visit: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the websites the user visits. Safari uses your existing cookies to determine if the user has visited a site in the past. By selecting this setting, you prevent cookies and other content from being stored on your Mac from websites whose embedded content is on the websites that you visit.
Suspending the use of all cookies will have a negative impact on the use of many websites.
The user can delete cookies that have already been stored on his/her computer. For example:
(a) In Internet Explorer (version 11) he can manually delete the cookie files. He can find the procedure for this at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11
(b) In Firefox (version 39) he has to delete cookies by selecting “Tools”, “Options” and “Privacy” and then select “Use Personal History Configuration” from the drop down menu, selecting “View cookies” and then “Remove all cookies”, and
(c )In Chrome (version 44) he can delete all cookies by going to the “Control and Customization” menu and selecting “Settings”, “View Advanced Settings” and “Clear Browsing Elements”. He will then select “Cookies and data from other websites and connected data” and “Clear Browsing Data”.
(d) In Safari (version 5.1.7) he can delete all cookies by going to the Safari preferences window and selecting “Privacy”. The user can configure his options for accepting cookies next to “Prevent cookies”. He selects “Groups and Advertisers” – “Always” or “Never”. If there are website details or cookies stored, he selects “Details”. If he wishes to delete data from all websites, he simply selects “Delete All”. He clicks “Done” to return to the selection window.
Dr. George Lagios, Msc | Life Coach & Strategist | Glyfada , Kolonaki