What are cookies?
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How to change cookie settings?
Most internet browsers have default settings for automatic acceptance of cookies. You can change these settings by disabling cookies or alerting when cookies are sent to your device. The instructions for changing cookies can be found in the “help” of every browser. If you use various devices to access websites (e.g., a computer, smartphone, tablet), we recommend customizing each browser in every device to your preferred cookie settings.
Why keep cookie settings?
Using and enabling cookies in a web browser is your decision. However, in the event of a change in these settings, some of our websites may have limited functionality and reduced user experience.
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