What are cookies?
A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user's web browser while the user is browsing the website. Storage of cookies is under the full control of the browser, used by a client - so the client can decide whether to store cookies or not.
Why do we need cookies?
Cookies provide a quick and convenient means of client/server interaction. They are the basis of user friendly web services. With the help of cookies a web page can remember users preferences and experiences, that's how we can save some time, and make browsing the pages more efficient and pleasant.
Why are cookies used by webpage?
Cookies are used by most of webpages, they are a convenient tool for maintaining fresh and adequate content, that suits individual web user's interest and preferences. There are several reasons for using of cookies. The first to mention is cookies' ability for storing the data about a web page (details about adjustments of webpage). cookies can help to develop several web services (web stores), they are useful through collecting of different statistics about habits of web users - and are the only possible way of tracking the frequency of visits of webpage.
Google Analytics cookies are not harmful. They are important for the working of our webpage atrog.org. Their purpose is to measure statistics about visits of the page komunal.org. We will not send the data collected by the cookies to any of third party persons. Cookies are serving just as feedback about web content of atrog.org.
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