A cookie is information stored on your hard disk by a Web site you visit. Cookies are usually saved your settings, settings for a Web page, such as preferred language or currency. Later, when you reopen the same webpage Internet browser sends back the cookies that belong to that page. This allows the site to display information that is tailored to your needs. .
Cookies can store a wide range of information, including personal information (such as your name or email address). However, this information can be saved only if you provide it - the website can not get access to the information that they have not given and can not access other files on your computer. The default activity of saving and sending of cookies you are not visible. However, you can change the settings of your Internet browser so that you can choose yourself whether the requirements for storing cookies approve or refuse to clear cookies automatically saved when you close your Internet browser and the like.
How to disable cookies? Turning off cookies can decide whether you want to allow the storage of cookies on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your browser internetskome. For information on setting cookies, select your Internet browser you are using.
If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functionality on the website Dubju.com.
What are Temporary cookies? Temporary or session, cookies are removed from the computer by closing a web browser. Websites use them to store temporary information, such as items in a shopping basket.
What are Persistent cookies? Permanent or stored cookies remain on your computer after closing a web browser. Websites use them to store information, such as your login name and password so that you do not have to log in each time you visit a particular site. Persistent cookies remain on your computer for days, months, even years.
What are cookies from first-party? First-party cookies come from the site you're viewing, and can be permanent or temporary. Using these cookies the site can store data that will be used again the next time you visit that site.
What are third-party cookies? Third-party cookies come from other commercial sites (such as pop-up or any other advertisements) that are on the site you're viewing. Using these cookies sites can monitor Internet use for marketing purposes.
What cookies are used by Dubju.com and why? Temporary cookies (Session Cookies) - these are temporary cookies that stand out (and automatically deleted) when you close your browser. We use these cookies to better user functionality and user experience on the site.
Permanent cookies (Engl. Persistent cookies) - usually have an expiration date far in the future and will remain in your browser until it expires or until you manually delete them. Dubju.com uses persistent cookies for functionality such as "Remember Me", which facilitates the users to access the user interface as a registered user. This information is anonymous - you do not see individual data users.
Does the web page has a third-party cookies? There are several external services that the user saved limited cookies. These cookies are set for the normal functioning of certain features that make it easier for users to access the content.
Currently we offer:
- Social networks
Sharing content on social networks set user cookies.
- Measuring attendance
Dubju.com uses Google Analytics service to measure attendance. If you want to disable the specified service saves cookies, you can do here .
- Cookies that allow web pages to work
- Cookies that remember the settings of your searches
- Cookies that remember your information when filling in the form - consent is required
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For more information about turning off cookies Currently there are several web pages to turn off cookies for storing various services.
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