Cookies are tracking software, placed in a file on your computer’s hard disk, that identifies a return visitor to a Web site. They can also be used to “remember” user-selected preferences, such as a login, for a particular Web site. Cookies are generally harmless, and many popular e-commerce sites require your Internet browser to allow them to set cookies in order to make a purchase.
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