What are "Cookies"?
What are “cookies”? Cookies are small files that are stored and stored on your computer, tablet, or smart phone when you visit different web pages on the Internet. The cookie usually contains the name of the web page from which it comes, the lifespan of the cookie, and the randomly generated unique number used to identify the browser from which the web page is connected.
How long have the data been kept?
Cookies, used on https://layer.agency
Cookies required for site operation - are necessary for the proper functioning of the site, enable the user to navigate and use its elements. For example, I can think of previous activities (e.g. open texts) as they return to the page in the same session, cookies that improve efficiency - are used to collect information about how users use the web page: what areas they visit, how much time they spend on them and what problems they face, such as error messages. This allows us to improve the work of the website. Cookies that improve functionality - used to remember user preferences and user choices (e.g. username, region where he resides or customized content settings) to provide him/her with more relevant content and services. They also enable him to watch films and use social tools, such as blogs, chat rooms and forums.
Are they using Cookies from third parties?
Yes, while using the https://layer.agency website, you can receive cookies from third parties that collaborate with a website, such as Facebook, Google, Twitter, etc.
How to change Cookies settings and how to remove them?
Most web browsers were initially set to automatically accept cookies. However, the user can change your browser settings so that cookies are blocked - in whole or in part, e.g. only from third parties. You can also receive a message whenever cookies are sent to the user's device. More information about how to manage cookies is available under help on the web browser menu or at: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/. note, however, that blocking cookies we use may adversely affect the practicality of using the site - for example, it may not be possible to enter certain sites of the site to get personalized information during browsing. This will also prevent us from gathering anonymous information about the use of the site in order to constantly improve its content.