What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small quantity of text that is saved by your browser (like Google Chrome or Apple Safari) when you surf the majority of websites.
What ISN’T a cookie?
It’s not a virus, or a trojan or a worm. Nor is it spam, spyware or capable of opening pop-up windows.
What information is saved in a cookie?
Cookies don’t tend to save sensitive information about you, like credit card numbers or bank information, photographs or personal information, etc.
The data that is saved is of technical character, statistics, personal preferences, content personalisation, etc.
The web server doesn’t identify you as a person, but through your browser. In fact, if you regularly surf with Google Chrome and try to go to the same website with the Firefox browser, you’ll see that the web doesn’t realise you are the same person because, in reality you are associated with the browser information and not as a person.
What type of cookies exist?
What are first-party cookies and those of third parties?
Individual cookies are generated by the page you are visiting and those of third parties are generated by external services and providers like Mailchimp, Mailrelay, Facebook, Twitter, Google adsense, etc.
What cookies are used on this website?
This web uses its own cookies and those of third parties. On this website, we use the following cookies.
First-party cookies are the following:
This website uses analysis services, specifically from Google Analytics, to help us analyse how our users use the website and to become more user friendly. We will never share any data that could identify the user. Google Analytics is an analytical service provided by Google, Inc. You can consult the type of cookies used by Google here.
Social media platform cookies can be saved in your browser while you surf on https://www.world-delete.uk for example, when you use the share content button https://www.world-delete.uk on a social media platform.
Below you will find the information about the social media platform cookies that are used on this website, in their individual cookie policies:
Facebook Cookies: see more information in their Cookies Policy
Twitter Cookies: see more information in their Cookies Policy
Instagram Cookies: see more information in their Cookies Policy
Google+ Cookies: see more information in their Cookies Policy
YouTube Cookies: see more information in their Cookies Policy
Information about the way to disactivate or delete declared cookies on the main browsers.
You can allow, block or eliminate cookies installed on your computer with the configuration option of your installed browser.