When you visit our websites, cookies are stored in the browser that the user uses to visit this website and pages linked to it. Their purpose is to improve the user experience. By visiting our website; www.worldsofpuppets.com and all sub-pages related to these websites and our activities, we may place cookies on the device you use, if you agree to it. This helps us understand how you use the web pages and thus we can see what you are missing and what you are looking for. This helps us develop and improve our websites as well as our products and services.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a special small text file that loads into users’ browsers when users visit a certain site and enable us to distinguish between users and how users use our websites. The cookie stores information about the visit; analyzes visits (length and links used) and stores preferences, with the goal of improving user experience and refining the websites related to the business. The cookies also give us information about how well the web works and what needs to be fixed. The cookies can also be used to determine what ad-related content we publish. It varies how long each cookie is linked to the site, depending on the type.
Cookies can be divided into several categories, depending on their purpose. In some cases, they monitor the security and functionality of the site. In other cases, they remember the user and their settings, still, others collect information and statistics regarding usage. There are also cookies that are used to determine which advertising content is considered suitable for users. There are more categories of cookies than listed here.
If you don’t want cookies, what do you do?
If you want to disconnect or get rid of cookies, you can do so by going to the settings of your browser. If you want to get rid of all cookies, select “Do Not Track”, there are other options as well. We would like to point out that if users choose to browse the website without allowing cookies, it may affect the user experience, the look of the site and the content displayed.
We have no responsibility for third-party cookies. Third-party cookies may also be placed by users, as described above. These cookies can in many cases be turned off. For example, Google offers a browser add-on where you can opt-out of Google Analytics tracking.
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