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Cookies are safe for your computer and cannot be used to access or collect any personal information such as passwords, credit card details or bank details. They are only used to improve your experience on the website, for example to identify and correct errors or to provide personalised content.
How Do Cookies Work?
When you interact with a webpage, for example by entering your e-mail address into a contact form, the server converts the information into a cookie and sends it to your browser along with the page. The next time you visit the same website your browser returns the cookie. Cookies are simple software files which cannot harm your computer or interact with your operating system. They do not disclose sensitive information such as passwords, passport details, credit card numbers or personal and banking information.
Type of Cookies We Use
betraja.net uses both session cookies and persistent cookies to improve the user experience. Session cookies store information temporarily when you move from one page to another to avoid having to re-enter information, such as login details. Persistent cookies remain on your computer at all times and are used to identify your device whenever you visit the website. For instance, if you choose a preferred language, a persistent cookie remembers your preference and automatically translates the website into your preferred language each time you visit.