What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that remember your preferences while you are online and save them on your own computer.
What do cookies do?
Cookies do two things. Firstly, they help you surf the net by remembering your usernames, email addresses, passwords and preferences (such as language settings). There are also cookies that record which websites you visit, in order to get an idea of your interests. HunzePark does not use this type of cookie, however.
Do cookies know who I am?
No! Cookies do not record your name, address, age or other personal details. They only remember your preferences and interests based on the sites you visit.
What will happen if I disable cookies?
If you disable cookies you will still receive adverts, however they will no longer be chosen based on the sites you have visited, and will therefore be less relevant to you. If you disable the cookies that remember your preferences, you will need to type the information in (such as your username and password) every time.
Switching them off