Temporary cookies (or cookies from a session) will be removed from your computer after you close your browser. Websites use them to store temporary information, such as items in your shopping cart.What are persistent cookies?
Persistent cookies (or saved cookies) remain on your computer after you close your browser. Websites use them to store information, such as your name or username and password, so you do not need to register each time you visit a site. Persistent cookies can remain on your computer for days, months and even years.What are your own cookies?
Your own cookies come from a website that you are browsing and they can be permanent or temporary. Websites may use these cookies to store information that they will use the next time you visit them.What are third-party cookies?
Third-party cookies come from advertisements on other websites (such as pop-up ads or banner ads) on the website you are viewing. Websites may use these cookies to track how you use the Web and use this information for marketing purposes.Can I block cookies?
Yes, you can block or allow cookies for all websites, or you can choose the cookies on which websites to allow.Should I block all cookies?
Not necessarily. Blocking all cookies may help protect your privacy, but as well it may limit your ability to access some websites. Be selective when choosing websites you allow cookies for. You can start by blocking all cookies and then allow cookies according to your needs for websites that you trust.