What is a cookie?
An HTTP cookie, web cookie, browser cookie, or simply, a cookie is a small piece of data that a server sends to the visitor’s web browser. It is stored in the user’s device as a simple text file and the browser sends it back to the server when requested.
Cookies can be read by the website on a user’s subsequent visits. The information stored in a cookie may relate to the user’s browsing habits on the web page, or a unique identification number so that the website can identify the user on his return visit.
Cookies can improve the browsing experience throughout the user’s visit and even on repeat visits by saving settings for the various elements of the website.
The information collected in this way enables FXChoice to understand the use of its website, including the number of visitors it has, the pages viewed per session, time exposed to particular pages, etc. This information helps FXChoice to provide visitors with a better experience.
FXChoice will not attempt to personally identify visitors from their IP addresses unless this is required for fraud identification or any other reason required by law.
Visitors can use most of FXChoice’s website with no loss of functionality if cookies are disabled from the web browser. However, the Backoffice (the term we use to designate a client’s profile) requires cookies to be enabled for the service to function properly.
Cookies do not in any way compromise the security of your computer.
How to control cookies?
Disabling individual cookies or types of cookies may require the use of browser add-ons or the use of a special type of cookie — an opt-out cookie. Users can also delete all cookies that are already on their devices, and they can set most browsers to prevent them from being placed. Disabling cookies globally, through the web browser settings, will result in loss of functionality for FXChoice’s website and lead to poor user experience. For more information about how to manage cookies, including opting-out of different types of cookies, please visit: www.aboutcookies.org