What is a cookie?
Cookies are text files containing little pieces of information (e.g., username and password) to identify your computer when you connect to the internet. When you connect to the server, the server creates data in a cookie. This information is identified by a number that is unique to you and your device.
What are cookies used for?
Cookies have become an essential part of the online experience. Without cookies, you would have to re-login after leaving our website or unintentionally closing the page.
Cookies save space on a website's servers by being kept locally on your device. Therefore, websites may become more personalised while reducing server and storage expenses.
Here’s how we intend to use the cookies:
- To allow you easily explore our website
- To customise and modify our content to your prior visit’s experience
- To enhance your overall experience with us
What types of cookies does newworldresources use?
On newworldresources, we use two sorts of cookies: permanent cookies and third-party cookies.
For our website to function properly, permanent cookies (also known as strictly necessary cookies) are required. A user cannot disable them because they gather sensitive data such as login and anti-fraud data.
Third-party cookies are those installed on your device by parties other than the website you are viewing. They are mostly used to track people's movements across websites so that more relevant advertising may be delivered.
How to manage cookies?
Cookies are a choice that you may make when using the internet. You may control which cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device if you want.
To do so, here are some simple steps to guide you:
- Look for the cookie section under Settings > Privacy, then check the boxes to allow cookies.
- If you do not want cookies, you may simply uncheck these options.