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Cookies are files created by websites you visit. They make your online experience easier by saving browsing information. With cookies, sites can:

  • Keep you signed into your account;
  • Remember your site preferences;
  • Give you locally relevant content;
  • Assist in processing secure payments.
IF you visit a specific site (like ours) often, we recommend clearing your cookies and cached site data on a regular basis to display new content.


  • On your computer, open Chrome;
  • At the top right, click More and then Settings;
  • Under "Privacy and security," click Site settings;
  • Click Cookies;
  • From here, you can:
Turn on cookies: Next to "Blocked," turn on the switch.
Turn off cookies: Turn off Allow sites to save and read cookie data.


  • Click the menu button and select Options;
  • Select the Privacy & Security panel. This is where you can view your settings for Enhanced Tracking Protection, which includes cookies;
  • If Standard is selected, this is the default setting and, except for trackers, all cookies are enabled. For more information, see Trackers and scripts Firefox blocks in Enhanced Tracking Protection.
  • If Strict is selected, either choose Standard or switch to Custom.
  • If Custom is selected, either uncheck Cookies (this will allow all cookies) or select the setting to only block Cross-site and social media trackers.
  • Close the about:preferences page. Any changes you've made will automatically be saved.

Check sites that are blocked from setting cookies

  • Click the menu button and select Options;
  • Select the Privacy & Security panel and scroll down to the Cookies and Site Data section
  • Click Manage Permissions….
  • The Exceptions - Cookies and Site Data dialog box that opens will show you which sites you have blocked from storing cookies.
  • Make sure the site you're trying to access isn't listed.
  • If it is listed, click on its entry, click Remove Website.
  • Close the about:preferences page. Any changes you've made will automatically be saved.


  • Click the "Safari" menu;
  • Make sure you have a Safari window open and active; you will see the "Safari" menu in the top left of your screen. Click to expand to show Safari specific options.
  • Click the "Preferences" menu item;
  • Now that you have expanded the Safari menu, you will see the Preferences item - click on it.
    The Safari Preferences screen will now appear.
  • Click the "Privacy" tab;
  • The Safari Preferences screen has a number of sections, indicated by the various options along the top of the screen (General/Tabs/AutoFill etc). Click the Privacy item to see privacy related options.
  • Choose your preferred Cookies and tracking settings;
  • On the Privacy Preferences tab, you will see the "Website tracking:" and "Cookies and website data:" checkboxes.
  • Enabling Prevent cross-site tracking blocks third-party cookies from being set as well as third-party websites from storing data on your computer. Enabling this option is a good step in helping prevent companies from tracking your activity online;
  • Enabling Block all cookies will prevent block First-Party cookies, as well as Third-Party cookies. Enabling this may cause websites to not work properly, and Safari will warn you about this if you choose this option;
  • A good balance of settings is to enable Prevent cross-site tracking and disable Block all cookies;
  • If you click the Manage Website Data button you'll see a list of website domains which have stored data on your computer. You can remove some or all of them;
  • Close the Preferences window
  • Once you have configured your cookie blocking preferences, you can simply close this window and continue using Safari.