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HermineHermine ModeratorPosts: 7,952 mod
When you open a new website and you'll be asked if Cookies are allowed. What do you do? Do you allow? Do you have any idea what they will do with your permission?

Don't we too often agree without to think about it, because we want as fast as possible read the website.

I've never had a good feeling when I agreed so we should learn more about it.

The only thing I know by now is, that when I give permission the owner of the website can collect my interest on the seite, what kind of customer I am.

Perhaps you're better experienced in those things and you can tell us more abou it.


  • mheredgemheredge Posts: 39,096 ✭✭✭✭
    I tend to just click 'yes' as it is just too tedious to go through exactly what you are saying yes to. Sometimes it seems you can bypass the request by clicking on the little x at the top right side of the box, but some sites make it impossible to enter without approving their cookies.

    I think it is unavoidable and it is the price to pay for having access to any website.
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