What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files or pieces of information that are stored on your Internet enabled device by sites that you visit. Cookies help to identify you as a unique visitor when you return to a site. However, cookies don't include any personal information about you (for example, your name) and cannot be used to identify you as a person.
All cookies are subdivided into two main types. They are persistent (permanent) cookies and session (temporary) cookies. Session cookies are temporary cookies, which are deleted as soon as you close your web browser, while persistent cookies remain on your device when you have gone offline. How long persistent cookies remain on your device, depends on their expiry date and your browser settings. However, you can always delete them manually.
Cookies and some other data stored on your device can be used for many purposes. We use them to recognize you when you visit our site. This means that you don't have to log in each time you visit AnydayGuide. Cookies also allow our website to remember the preferences and settings you choose. Thanks to cookies we are able to protect your security.
How do cookies affect my privacy?
A cookie usually contains the name of the site that it has come from, its “lifetime” (expiry date) and a value (a unique number that is generated randomly). Cookies do not hold any personal data therefore you can visit AnydayGuide without revealing it. We are very concerned about the security and safety of your personal information.
However, you should be aware that disabling cookies may impact your user experience while on AnydayGuide and prevent you from enjoying all of the features of our website.