What is a cookie?
A cookie is information sent to your computer by the website you visit. Cookies usually store your preferences for the website, such as your preferred language or address. Later, when you reopen the same webpage, the internet browser sends back the cookies that belong to that webpage. This allows the page to display information tailored to your needs. Cookies can store a wide range of information, including personal information (such as your name or email). However, this information can only be saved if you enable it – websites cannot access information you did not provide and cannot access other files on your computer. The specified cookie storage and sending activities are not visible to you. However, you can change your browser settings so that you can choose whether you want to approve or decline the cookie requests, delete the saved cookies automatically when you close the browser and the like.
How do I disable cookies?
By turning off cookies, you decide whether you want to allow cookies to be stored on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. For information on cookie settings, select the web browser you are using. • Chrome • Firefox • Internet Explorer 9 • Internet Explorer 7 and 8 • Opera (Safari) If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functionality on these websites.
What are temporary cookies?
Temporary session cookies or cookies are removed from your computer after you close your internet browser. With them, websites store temporary data, such as items in a shopping cart.
What are permanent cookies?
Permanent or prepared cookies will remain on your computer after you close Internet Explorer. With them, websites store information such as a login name and password so that you do not have to log in each time you visit a specific site. Permanent cookies will remain on your computer for days, months, even years.
What are first-party cookies?
First-party cookies come from the websites you are viewing, which may be permanent or temporary. With these cookies, websites can store information that they will reuse the next time they visit that site.
What are third party cookies?
Third-party cookies come from ads from other sites (such as pop-ups or other advertisements) that appear on the site you are viewing. With these cookies, websites can monitor the use of the Internet for marketing purposes.
Yes, with the primary goal of giving our sites a better user experience and easier use of the web directory.
What cookies does Mobes.rs use and why?
Session cookies are temporary cookies that expire (and are automatically deleted) when you close your browser. We use session cookies to allow content to be accessed and to comment (things you must do when logging in with your information on the site).
Persistent cookies typically have an expiration date well into the future and remain in your browser until they expire or manually delete them. We use persistent cookies for functionality such as the “Stay logged in” tickbox, which makes it easier for users to access as a registered user. We also use persistent cookies to better understand users’ habits and thus improve the website according to your habits. This information is anonymous – we do not see your personal information.
Are there any third party cookies on the website?
It has several external services that store limited cookies for the user. These cookies are not set by this site, but some serve the normal functioning of certain features that make it easier for users to access content.
The social media
Users can log in and register through their own Facebook accounts. Also, sharing articles on social networks sets the user cookies.
Mobes.rs uses a traffic measurement service, Google Analytics. If you wish to prevent these services from storing cookies, you can disable them at the following link: Google Analytics – https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
More information about turning off cookies
There are currently several websites to opt out of cookie storage for various services.
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