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What are cookies?
Cookies are small amounts of information which are sent to your browser when you visit a website and can then be sent back to the website by your browser when you visit another page within it. They can be one of two types:
Temporary - these are stored temporarily inside your browser and are deleted when you close it. They are NOT stored on your computer/phone/tablet. They are typically used to ensure the correct functioning of the website and smooth navigation between pages, and to remember any choices you have made that are relevant only to your current visit.
Permanent - these are stored as small files on your computer/phone/tablet and are deleted once they become out-of-date. They are used to remember any preferences you may have selected, or choices you may have made, ready for the next time you visit the website.
If you do not want to receive cookies you can alter your web browser settings so that you are notified when cookies are sent to it or you can refuse to accept cookies completely. You can also delete any cookies that have already been sent.
Desktop and laptop computer users can find out how to manage cookies in their browser at www.aboutcookies.org. iPhone and iPad users can find out how to manage cookies in Mobile Safari in this Apple Support document. Android-based phone and tablet users can find out how to manage cookies in their browser in this Support document. Windows phone users can find out how to manage cookies in their browser in this Support document.
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