A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your computer's hard drive
when you visit a website. A cookie typically contains the name of the website
from which it has come, the lifespan of the cookie and a value. The value is
usually a unique code that will only make sense to the website that has issued
it. Cookies can also be used to measure how people use websites and what kind
of browsers or devices they're using.
You can set your web browser to accept or reject cookies, or tell you when a
cookie is being sent. You can also delete cookies from your computer. The
AboutCookies.org website tells you how to control and delete cookies on most
How to control cookies (AboutCookies.org, external website)
How to delete cookies
(AboutCookies.org, external website)
Let’s all practice zero tolerance to child sexual abuse imagery. One report can make a difference. To the digital citizens out there, if you stumble across anything you suspect to be a child sexual abuse image or video, do the right thing, report it and once confirmed, with our industry and law enforcement partners, we will make sure such content is taken down as quickly and effectively as possible.
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