What are cookies?
Cookies (or simply "cookies") are small pieces of data that websites send to your browser, which can then be stored on your computer or mobile device. Each time you return to the same website or go to another website that uses the same cookies, the website can read this information and "remember" you.
Here are some key aspects of cookies:
- Sessional and persistent: Session cookies are only stored for the duration of your current browser session and are deleted when you close the browser. Persistent cookies are stored on your device for a set period of time or until deleted.
- First and third party: "First party cookies" are set by the website you visit. "Third party cookies" are set by other websites, such as advertising partners.
- Purposes of use: Cookies can be used for a variety of purposes:
- Authentication: To know whether or not you are logged in to a website.
- Tracking: To track users' activities on the site or across different sites.
- Personalization: To store user preferences, such as interface language or preferences in settings.
- Protection: For example, to prevent fraud.
Cookies play an important role in today's web, allowing websites to provide a more personalized and functional experience for users. However, it is important to understand how they work and how to manage them to protect your privacy online.
- Analytical cookies: We use these cookies to collect anonymous data about users' interactions with our website. This allows us to research visitor information, including the number of page views, traffic sources, and other statistics. This data helps us to optimize our site and tailor it to the needs of our users.
- Functional cookies: Some cookies are necessary for certain features of our site to work properly. They allow us to store your preferences and selected settings, so that we can provide you with a convenient and personalized interaction with our services.
- Advertising cookies: These cookies allow us to display advertisements that may be of interest to you. They help us to show you relevant advertisements and control how often they are shown to you.
By visiting https://pinupcasino-bangladesh.com/ and continuing to use the site with your browser enabled to accept cookies, you consent to their use. If you do not wish to receive cookies from us or other websites, please follow the recommendations below to disable them in your browser.
Almost all browsers provide you with the ability to customize your cookie settings in the "Options" or "Settings" sections. Browser developers offer informational pages on cookie management that will show you how to set or completely deactivate cookies:
Google Chrome (for PCs and mobile devices) - https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en-GB
Internet Explorer - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/260971/description-of-cookies
Safari (for PC) - https://support.apple.com/kb/PH5042?locale=en_US
Safari (for mobile) - https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201265
Third-party cookies are cookies that are set on your device by websites that are not owned or operated by you. This can happen when you visit a website that contains embedded content, such as banner ads or videos from other websites. These third-party websites may set their own cookies on your device.
Key features of third-party cookies
- Advertising and tracking: These are often used by advertising networks to track users across different websites to build profiles of their interests and show the most relevant ads.
- Embedded Content: Third-party cookies may be set by embedded videos, images, or other content on a website.
- Analytics: Some websites use third-party analytics services to gather statistics and analyze traffic, and these services may set their own cookies.
- Social Media Interaction: If a website contains social media buttons (such as "Like" on Facebook or "Tweet" on Twitter), social media may set their cookies to track user interaction and further distribute content.
It is important to realize that while you may visit and trust a particular website, it may have content and advertisements from third parties who may set their cookies without your explicit consent. Many browsers provide tools to block or manage third-party cookies.