Cookies are small text strings that a site sends to a user’s browser (such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome), which stores them and then sends them back to the site on the user’s next visit.
Cookies sent by the site are used exclusively for technical purposes, such as allowing authentication to restricted areas or storing temporary user preferences.
Cookies sent by the site are in no way used for visitor profiling activities and do not collect any personal information about users.
The site uses third-party content (using resource embedding), so other, both technical and user-profiling cookies may be sent from such third parties to the user terminal.
– Google (information)
Blocking cookies through terminal settings
As a site user you have the right to block – entirely or partly – any cookies sent by either the portal or third-party sites, by changing your browser settings. For specific instructions on your browser, see the browser help file or visit the manufacturer’s website.
Disabling Cookies may prevent some services from working properly or reduce the function of some content.