What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that reside on your computer, when you visit a website. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.
A cookie is a text file, not a program file. This means that cookies themselves cannot run anything on your computer. Cookies cannot collect information, spread viruses, or in any other way do harm to your computer. The content of the cookies are read and written by the web pages you visit.
Cookies used on Central Synagogues website
|We use Google to improve your experience. Google Analytics tells us how people use the site so that we can make it better. It sets 4 cookies: __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz. None of them identify you personally.
What happens if I don’t accept your cookies?
If you do not accept our cookies, no web analytics cookies will be saved to your computer. The functionality cookies will still be saved as the website will not work correctly without these. If you want to avoid all cookies from our website, this can be set from your browser settings. If you choose this solution, there might be parts of the website that won’t work.
We hope you will choose to accept cookies, as this will help us improve the website and how you experience it.
How do I remove cookies?
When you have accepted cookies from a website you can always remove them again. This is done in your browsers privacy settings.
Why does Central Synagogue inform about cookies?
We have this information on our website because of the new EU Cookie Law.