What are cookies?
Cookies are text files sent from a website or from one of our partner’s servers. This file is then saved on the device with which the user visited Safesite.info. There are several different types of cookies and Safesite.info uses the following:
What are Web beacons?
Web beacons are also called pixel tags and are small, usually 1 × 1 pixel wide, invisible images that can be found on websites you visit.
Session-based cookies cease when the browser is closed.
Permanent cookies remain on the device until an active selection is made to delete them or their time limit expires.
First-party cookies are set by the website that the device visits.
Third-party cookies are cookies that come from a third-party site.
In addition to this, there are also other technologies or upcoming technologies that are used to collect information about users’ behavior on a website.
Which cookies are used on Safesite.info?
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Google Tag Manager
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and here: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
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The simple answer here is yes. As a user, you can completely turn off cookies, but this can have a negative effect on the experience of websites.
As a user, you can also delete existing cookies from your browser. It is absolutely crucial which browser is used for how to proceed to delete cookies. Visit one of the following links to find out how based on each browser: