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Cookies are small pieces of data created when you visit a website and are stored in the cookies directory on your computer. They do not give us any access to your computer and cannot be used to identify an individual user. They’re used by many websites.
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Just go to “Tools” on your internet browser. On some browsers, this may be an icon of a spanner or gears.
Then go to “Options”, “Preferences” or “Settings”, depending on the browser you are using.
The cookies setting will be either in “Privacy”, “Advanced” or “Under the hood”, depending on the browser.
You will then be able to select your settings as required.