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A pixel is usually no more than 1-pixel x 1-pixel transparent image, that is placed on the website to collect data such as IP address, type of browser, time of access, or previously set cookies for the purpose of content personalization or making browsing more efficient and easier. They are often used in combination with cookies as pixels are generating and managing cookies.
Provided you have consented, the website will collect data regarding a device’s operating system, browser, language, installed fonts, IP address, plugins and further information. In doing so, a device can be re-identified for user-relevant marketing purposes.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on a user’s device, which may be session ID cookies or tracking cookies. Session cookies make it easier for you to navigate the Service and expire when you close your browser. Tracking cookies remain longer and help in understanding how you use the Service and enhance your user experience. Cookies may remain on your hard drive for an extended period of time. If you do not wish to receive any cookies you may change your website browser’s cookie settings via your website browser privacy settings. However, if you use your browser’s method of blocking or removing cookies, some but not all types of cookies may be deleted and/or blocked. Some features and functionalities of the Service may also not work. A Flash cookie (or locally shared object) is a data file which may be placed on a device via the Adobe Flash plug-in that may be built-in to or downloaded by you to your device. HTML5 cookies can be programmed through HTML5 local storage. Flash cookies and HTML5 cookies are locally stored on your device other than in the browser and browser settings won’t control them.