What is a cookie?
Cookies are pieces of information sent by a web server and stored on your computer for future reference. They contain information about how you are using a web site and can track your movements through it. CAA Atlantic uses 2 types of cookies:
a) session cookies which only last while you are on that particular website and
b) persistent cookies, which are written on to your hard drive and can remain there permanently or until it reaches its pre-assigned expiry date.
How does CAA use persistent cookies?
What cookies cannot do?
Cookies cannot read your hard drive or access files and information stored on your computer. They cannot reveal anything about you that you have not chosen to enter as a user on the site. We will not store any personal information such as name, address or social security number.
Do I have to accept cookies?
If you are concerned about accepting cookies, you can set your browser to not accept cookies or to warn you when you are about to receive one and you can then choose whether to accept it or not. If you choose not to accept cookies, you may not be able to access some pages on our website and others may not function at optimum efficiency.
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