What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored in a web browser and is used to create personalized experiences on a specific website or targeted advertising on the internet. The information stored in a cookie is typically not personal and may include items such as your account ID and username.
How does a cookie work?
When you visit a website, the website places a cookie in your browser, sometimes with your permission and tracks your behavior. When you visit the same website in the future, the website can reference your past behavior such as which products you looked at, if you abandoned a shopping cart and your purchase preferences. The website can then display recommended products and display third-party ads related to your behavior and preferences.