What Are Cookies
Cookies are little text files with unique data that let the network recognise your computer. When you visit a website, it sends a cookie to your browser, which it stores in a cookie file and stores on your hard drive. The browser will return the cookie to the website to recognise you the next time you visit it. After that, a personalised experience on the page loads.
Cookies do contain data, and that data typically consists of a site name and a unique identifier. If you've given a website your name, address, email address, or phone number, the website may also store that information in a cookie.What is the purpose of web cookies?What is the purpose of web cookies?
What is the purpose of web cookies?
The main purpose of web cookies is to make the internet experience easier for users. When websites can remember your past visits, they can load their website with your preferences.
Simple example is when you play games on ABCya.live and find a game called: "Saguaru" in the search bar, it will still show up in the search bar when you search for other games.
Here are a few things cookies can do when you visit a website:
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