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Cookies can be used to store any type of text information. Generally, they will have session identifiers (so a website knows you are logged in). It can be used to store any preferences you may have set (e.g. to opt-out of tracking or analytics).
Cookies are used to improve your experience when visiting websites. They make sure websites recognise you when you return to their site and store any visitor preferences. They're also used to find out how to improve the site for users.
No. Cookies can't identify you personally unless you give personal information such as filling out an application form. Even then, cookies only know what you've told them. It's important to note that cookies can't access personal information stored on your computer.
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