"Cookies" and the data collected in them
When users use our websites - reading articles or recipes, watching a video, using mail and other activities, among the data that help us determine how our services work in the best way possible and to make them better for you, are cookies. These are small text files that are sent from the web server to the browser being used and are stored on your device so that the site can recognize it.
There are 2 types of cookies: persistent and temporary or "session" cookies. Persistent cookies are stored as a file on your computer or mobile device for an extended period of time. Session cookies are stored temporarily on your computer when you visit one of our sites but are deleted as soon as you close that particular webpage.
Most cookies do not contain sensitive information about you or your personal data, which we can use to directly identify you.
- » Cookies used for settings, functions and other services on our sites;
- » Cookies used to track which sections and blocks of our sites are visited;
- » Cookies used for enabling access to protected parts of our sites;
- » Cookies used for controlling the ads you see and/or with which you've interacted. This is mostly done through outside systems, such as those used by Google;
- » Cookies used for statistics, as well as analysis of user preferences on our sites.
Third parties can save and read cookies on your browser or use web beacons to collect information. This information can be used when showing ads on websites. To disable cookies from saving on your computer, please disable cookies from saving by changing your browser settings. Check your browser's help page and Wikipedia for more information:
If you'd like to opt out of cookies being used by third parties in relation to ads based on your interests (personalized ads), please go to www.youronlinechoices.eu/uk/
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How do I delete cookies?
You can choose whether to enable cookies or not. If you'd like to know when your computer receives a cookie, you can set up your browser in such a way so that it notifies you of this. That way you have the ability to accept or decline a given cookie. Your computer can be set up to decline all cookies. If you'd like to find out how to do this, visit allaboutcookies.org.
Please note that changes in your browser that deactivate the function of cookies will prevent parts of our websites from functioning properly, including the Sign In function.