Cookies are small text files that a website stores on a user's device, such as a computer or a smartphone. When a user visits a website, a cookie may be set to track information such as the user's preferences, login information, or items in a shopping cart. Cookies are not harmful and are typically deleted when a user clears their browser cache or the cookie expires.
Strictly necessary cookies are a type of cookie that is essential for a website to function properly. These cookies are necessary to provide services requested by the user, such as login authentication, shopping cart functionality, and other similar features.
Strictly necessary cookies do not require the user's consent, as they are essential for the proper functioning of the website.
Tracking and targeting cookies are a type of cookie used by websites to collect information about a user's browsing behaviour across multiple websites. These cookies are often used for advertising purposes and can track the user's interests and some personal information.
Targeting cookies are used to display personalised advertisements to the user based on their browsing history, search history, and other online activity.