What is a cookie?
A cookie is small file of letters and numbers (less than 1 kB) that our website asks your browser (for example, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Opera) to store on your computer or mobile device. The cookie remembers your actions and preferences, and enables us to provide you with the best possible experience while browsing our website. Without cookies, the full functionality of our website would be unavailable.
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What types of cookies does COBALT use?
The cookies will be used to recognize you as having previously visited, to help collect of statistics on website traffic, and to improve the navigation experience for the user. For these purposes, COBALT uses the following cookies:
Session cookies: ses [number] cookie is used to maintain the functionality of our website. It allows the website operator to link your actions to a browser session, which starts and ends when you open and close the browser window, respectively. ses [number] cookie consists of temporary information and is erased once you exit your browser.
Persistent cookies: Google Analytics (_ga, _gat) cookies are used to improve our website by analysing user behaviour. These cookies provide us with information such as the number of website visitors, the pages they visit and the total length of time spent on our website. All the information collected by _ga and _gat cookies is aggregated with similar information received from other users and is therefore anonymous. We do not identify individual visitors. _ga cookie expires in two years, but _gat cookie – in ten minutes.
Unless you have set your browser to decline all or certain type of cookies, cookies will be issued as soon as you visit our website.
How do I disable cookies?
Most browsers allow you to control cookies through their settings preferences. If you prefer not to receive cookies, you may set your browser to refuse all cookies or send an alert when a cookie is issued.
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