What are cookies?
Cookies are short pieces of text that websites place on the computers or other devices of users who browse them. Depending on your browser, this information is either stored in small individual files or in a common file of cookies stored by different websites.
Cookies are used by many advanced websites in Lithuania and abroad. Cookies can only be placed if your device settings allow it. Cookies can be of different types and without them, websites would not function as you are used to.
For example, if you do not use a cookie to confirm your login, the website would not know that it needs to display your profile. Or the website would give you a “sorry, you must log in” message every time you logged in because it doesn’t remember who you are.
|Period of validity
|Used to distinguish between users.
|Has a unique identifier that Google Analytics 4 uses to identify that two different hits belong to the same user across browsing sessions.
By browsing the alga.lt website, you agree to the placing of cookies on your computer or other device. You can withdraw your consent at any time by changing your browser settings and deleting the saved cookies. You can find information on how to do this on the help pages of browsers:
An IP address is a number that identifies a computer or other device used to connect to the internet. In most cases, the server automatically collects IP addresses and uses them to administer the website. IP addresses are usually used in conjunction with cookies to remember the computer or other devices used to access the website. This website uses IP addresses together with cookies.
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