What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that remember your browsing preferences and save those on your computer.
What do Combat Point cookies do?
Combat Point cookies have three functions:
- First, they help you by remembering you’re login names, passwords and preferences such as the language setting when you’re surfing.
- Secondly, there are cookies that register the websites you’ve visited and estimate your interests. With this information, advertisers and website owners place ads specified to your interest in a website. In addition, cookies can prevent you from seeing the same ad over and over again.
- Thirdly, there are cookies for statistical purposes. For example to see how often a website is visited, which website(s) visitors come from and which pages are visited on a website.
Do cookies know who I am?
No, your name, address, age and other personal data are not registered by a cookie. They only remember your preferences and your interests based upon your surfing habits.
Are cookies harmful?
What happens if I disable cookies?
Thanks to advertising you can visit most websites free of charge. And thanks to cookies ads are better tailored to your interests. If you put your cookies off, you will still receive advertising. Only this will no longer be tailored to your browsing habits. If you disable the cookies that remember your preferences, you repeatedly have to type your settings (such as your password and login name).
How can I turn off cookies?
The cookies used by advertisers and website owners provide insight into your interests. You can turn these cookies on or off at www.youronlinechoices.eu at 'Frequently Asked Questions'. There you can also specify which companies may and may not record your surfing habits.
The cookies that register your password, login names and other preferences can be turned on or off via your browser settings. These cookies are stored on your computer and you can remove them at any time. It's simple. Click on one of the links below to go directly to the manual of your browser. Remember that after you delete your cookies on some websites you will need to set preferences again or need to login again.