What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that contains identification information from a web browser and is saved on the computer of a website visitor. This is in order to enable the website to recognise the visitor on a subsequent visit and provide the correct information faster. There are two types of cookie: persistent (or tracking) cookies and temporary ones (also known as “session cookies”) Persistent cookies are stored as files on your computer or mobile device for a certain time until you, yourself, or the server that sent them, erases them. Session cookies are stored temporarily and automatically disappear when you close your web browser.
We also use what are called “session cookies”. To enable us to do this, our server sends a session cookie with a unique identification number to your computer each time you visit one of these websites. Session cookies are used during the time you are active on the site. Without them the browser would not be able to remember the username and password when you login to the locked sections of the website and you would need to re-enter all that information every time. A "session cookie" is stored only temporarily in your computer's working memory and is automatically deleted when you close your browser.
Most browsers are initially set up to enable cookie storage. If you do not accept cookies, you can either set your browser to alert you whenever a site wants to store a cookie on your computer, or to completely disable their storage Information on how to do this is available in your web browser’s help function. If you choose to disable cookies, Savo's websites will not function as well as you, as a user, expect.