A cookie is a short text file that a website you visit sends to a browser. Allows the site to record information about your visit, such as your preferred language and other settings. This makes your next site visit easier and more productive. Cookies are important. Without them, browsing the web would be much more complicated.
Cookies serve a variety of purposes. For example, we use them to store your SafeSearch settings, select relevant ads, track the number of visitors to your page, help you sign up for new services, and protect your data.
These cookies contain information about the current settings of the site. If the website supports personalization, such as text magnification, color change, and more, this information will be stored in these cookies.
If the website supports user logins, we use security cookies to authenticate users, prevent fraudulent use of login credentials, and protect user data from unauthorized access.
Process cookies allow sites to deliver the services that visitors expect, such as navigating web pages or accessing secure areas of the site. Without these cookies, the site will not function properly.
It is a collection of visitor behavior data. For example, this may include information about which sites users visit most often, or whether they are showing errors on certain pages. These cookies help us to improve the services and user experience on the site.
Google Analytics is a Google analytics tool that helps website and app owners understand how visitors use pages and apps. It may use a set of cookies to collect information and report on the use of the website without Google knowing any personally identifiable information about individual visitors. The main cookie used by Google Analytics is the __ga file.
In addition to reporting web usage statistics, Google Analytics, along with advertising cookies, can be used to show more relevant advertisements across Google products (such as Google Search) and the web.
Extensions, social plug-ins, third-party systems
The website can use extensions, social plugins (e.g. Facebook like button, tweet list, etc.) or third-party systems such as Google Analytics described above. The specific form, quantity and purpose of cookies stored in your browser by third party providers is solely the responsibility of the services provided.
More information, links
How Google uses data