A cookie is a small text stored by your browser, which allows it to retain information between web pages and browser sessions. Cookies can only keep text which is always confidential and in most cases encrypted.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files generated by the websites you visit and which retain data that may be useful later. These data enable your information to be kept between pages but also enable the way you interact with the site to be analyzed. Cookies are secure, they can only store information that is made available by the browser, information the user previously entered into the browser or that is included in page requests. They cannot execute code or be used to access your computer. If a website encrypts the information contained in a cookie, only the site can read this information.
Disabling and deleting cookies
All web browsers enable you to limit the behavior of cookies or to disable them in the browser settings or options. The way to do this is different for each browser, you can find instructions in the “Help” menu of your respective browser. With your browser you can also look up the cookies present on your computer and delete them one by one or all at once. Cookies are text files so you can open them and read the content. The data in the cookies is often encrypted and corresponds to a Web session so that they only make sense to the website that wrote them.
What do QTA cookies contain?
The cookies created by QTA include data you entered when you signed up for the “Win VIP seats” contest. Removing these cookies will not lessen your site experience or the functionality of the QTA site.