Cookies are small text files that are necessary on each website to provide an user the proper way of site’s work. It’s always advised not to turn off cookies using the website. Let’s familiarize with these files better. ‘Cookies’ are used for adapting the site for users’ preferences and and site’s optimization. They are used for making anonymous statistics to improve the structure of the site and its content excluding personal user’s identification.
The ‘cookie’ name was created by the programmer of the Lou Montulli web browser. It comes from the term ‘magic cookie’, the special data packet of Unix.
This section is used to inform you that you’re using cookies on the website. You can control and remove them but it isn’t advised to any user of the KiwiPhile.org. It’s always better to have cookies, especially if you’re the regular user of the website.
Regarding cookies lifespans, they are divided as below ones:
- Session ones – are erased when the user closes their browser
- Persistent ones – remain on the user’s computer for a predesignated period of time.
Regarding cookies domains, they are divided as below:
- First-party ones – come from the web server of the page visited by the user
- Third-party ones – are stored by a different domain than that of the page visited by the user.
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We do not control these third parties’ tracking technologies or how they may be used. If you have any questions about an advertisement or other targeted content, you should contact the responsible provider directly.