What is a Cookie
Cookie is a short text file which stores some information about your browsing history. As an example of a information stored in a Cookie can be a language preference and other settings. Without these the web search would be much less user friendly.
What kind of information are you collecting?
We collect anonymous statistics about your visit, like which of our pages you visited and how long you stayed there. Also there are banners and text links to casinos and by clicking on them a reference to a source from which the click was originated is being saved by the casino. This helps them to analyse and focus their marketing.
I want to switch off the Cookies
The Cookies are allowed by default in each browser but can be easily switched off in the settings section. The best and easiest way to prevent Cookies is to use "private browsing"
Facebook, Google+ and other social media
Pages like Facebook and other Social media will know you visited any of our websites. These websites provide buttons and similar features which we sometimes use on our website – such as the “Like” or “+1” buttons. To make the buttons work they know if you’re logged in. For example Facebook is using the information to say “3 of your friends follow story y”. We do not have any control nor access to the mentioned information.