A cookie is a text file containing information that can be remembered by a web browser between pages. When an individual uses a web browser to access the internet their browser can create cookies which are stored on the user’s computer. Cookies are not programs and therefore cannot contain viruses or other malicious software. They are purely a string of text and numbers. There are two main types of cookies - session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies only last during a single visit. When a user closes their web browser the session cookie information is automatically removed from their computer.
The Wixroyd website uses session cookies for the following purpose:
• One session cookie is set that temporarily stores a unique identifier for each visitor to the website. This identifier is a random series of letters and numbers and doesn't contain any personal or identifiable information. It is used to help count the number of visitors to the Wixroyd website.
Persistent cookies are stored by the user's web browser even when the web browser has been closed, so that the next time a user goes back to the website that originally set the cookie, the web site can read information back from the cookie.
Persistent cookies have an expiry date which controls when they are automatically deleted. This can be anything from a few minutes to several years.
Wixroyd use persistent cookies for the following purposes:
Please remember that if you delete or restrict cookies from the Wixroyd website you may not be able to experience the full benefit of some of the features and services the website has to offer.
You will see a banner at the bottom of our website prompting consent for our cookies. Once accepted, this consent persists until clearing your cache. If you clear your site data cache this prompt our consent banner as well.
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