What Are Cookies
Cookies are small amounts of data that are saved by your web browser on your computer.
Cookies are specific to each website.
Each website only has access to the cookies for that website.
What Is the Technical Reason for Cookies
All other data that is saved in cookies could be saved on a server.
Every device on the Internet has a number.
This number is called an IP Address.
The problem is in the old Internet numbering system, known as IPv4,
there were not enough numbers to uniquely identify every device.
Hence the need for cookies.
The new Internet numbering system, known as IPv6, has enough numbers to identify every device uniquely.
When all the devices on the Internet use IPv6, there will be no need for cookies.
Note that without cookies, your browser may still be able to be identified,
either by IPv6 or via a combination of IPv4 and other identifying data.
For convenience, we may save some other data in cookies.
What Data We Save In Cookies and Elsewhere
to understand what data we gather in cookies and elsewhere.
You can disable cookies.
See the instructions for your web browser to disable cookies.
Warning: You May Not Be Able to Use this Site If You Disable Cookies
If you disable cookies, you will have problems using this site.
Third Party Cookies and Data Gathering
This site may use services provided by third parties.
One example is Google Analytics.
Refer to the privacy policies of the third parties to see what data they gather.
Contact Us for More Information
Contact us if you would like more information.