What are cookies?
As soon as you visit a website, small simple text files (also called cookies) are saved onto your computer and/or mobile phone. These text files are saved so that the website you visit, can recognize your computer and/or mobile phone. This way you do not have to fill in the same information every time you visit a website and/or log in again.
In the cookies no personal data are saved by our websites, like your e-mail address. Cookies are therefore no "evil programs", but just simple text files.
There are also cookies being placed on behalf of our statistical system (Google Analytics), our advertisement system (Google AdSense/Ad Manager) and to be able to offer functions for social media. For example, they ensure that you will only see certain banners for a limited amount of times and that these are tuned to the visitor. Click here for more information on how Google uses data when you visit sites, for example 1001games.ca.
Remove and manage cookies
As soon as cookies are saved on your computer and/or mobile phone, only you yourself can remove these. This can be done in various ways and depends on the browser you are using. Read more on removing and managing cookies in: