Cookie settings

Why are cookie settings important?

Cookie settings allow you to control how websites store and use your data. Not all cookies are bad, some are even useful. For example, they are used to log you into websites and remember your preferences. But there are also cookies that track your activity and sell your information to third parties. This is where cookie settings come in.

Think of cookies as little spies that track all your online activities. The more control you have over these spies, the better. That's why cookie settings are so important. They give you the power to determine exactly when and how these cookies work.

We'll show you how to optimize your cookie settings in the most common browsers and what compromises you may have to make. You'll also learn what cookies actually are and why they exist in the first place. And finally, we'll show you some tools you can use to optimize your cookie settings even further.