1. What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files of information that are stored into special areas in the browser or on your computer’s hard disk when you first visit certain pages or perform certain actions. They can include any specific information you have entered into form and the time and date of visit. These cookies cannot harm the user’s computer or device, are anonymous and unique to the browser.
2. Types of Cookies
There are two main types of cookies. Cookies stored in your computer’s memory only during your browsing session are called session cookies while cookies placed into the hard drive are called persistent cookies:
Session cookies are temporary cookies stored in your computer’s memory only during your browsing sessions. They are automatically deleted from your computer when the browser is closed and can also become no longer accessible after the session has not been active for a specified length of time.
Persistent cookies are cookies that are stored on your equipment between browsing sessions and are not deleted when the browser is closed. In contrast to session cookies, Persistent cookies can retain your preferences for a specific website, allowing those preferences to be used in your future browsing sessions.
The types of cookies use on Forex4group website are:
Analytical cookies collect visitor information, such as the number of visits, how our website was found, from where the visit came from, if via a marketing campaign etc. This information is extremely important to the business and helps us improve our website and further enhance visitor experience.
Functional cookies are specifically about visitor experience on the website. For example they ‘remember’ the open/closed status of pop up messages, what time zone or view state was set for the Economic Calendar, enabling access to information stored when registered with Forex4group and so on. Without these functional cookies, no settings information can be saved.
Third Party cookies are cookies set by other websites who place cookies on the user’s computer. The web pages on that domain may feature content from a third-party domain (banners, adverts). Third-party cookies are often allowed by a Web browser, however they can be blocked if you wish to do so.
3. Restricting Cookies on this Site
Each type of web browser offers ways to restrict and delete cookies.
We recommend you that you leave cookies enabled, as they allow you to access some of our website’s essential features. If you wish to disable cookies, please be aware that the functionality of your experience will be reduced.