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Extromnia Studios Cookies Policy

Last Updated (26/05/2023)


What are cookies?

Cookies are a means of/for a packet of data that a computer receives and then sends back without changing or altering it.

A computer cookie always consists that of information. Whenever you are to visit our website, you will be given a cookie. This cookie on your computer is sent to you when you click the “I Accept” button when visiting the website for the first time. The cookie cannot download itself unless you click accept. Your computer stores it in a file located inside your web browser and not in your primary HDD/SSD(Storage). (If you are looking to find this file, it is often called “Cookies.”)

When you click “I Accept”, this allows our website to keep track of your activity throughout the site.


For example:

When you accept cookies and add something to your cart, this allows the website cookies to keep track of your activities to make sure that the item in your cart stays in your cart after each new click of a link.

If you did Not Accept cookies, then if you added something in your cart and then clicked on another link on the website, chances are that the item in the cart will disappear because cookies aren’t allowed to keep track of your activities.


How is Activity Tracked?

When Cookies are tracking your activities, they can do so in limited function on the website only. In narrow part means that we Cannot Track Your IP Address or View Your True Location.

Also, under normal circumstances, cookies cannot transfer viruses or malware to your computer. Because the data in a cookie doesn’t change when it travels back and forth, it has no way to affect how your computer runs.

Where to look to enable or delete cookies

Here’s how to find and manage your cookies to protect your privacy online:

  1.  Open your browser. Because cookies are stored in your web browser, the first step is to open your browser. Popular browsers include Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Safari, and Internet Explorer.

  2. Find where cookies are stored. Each browser manages cookies in a different location. For example, you can find them in Internet Explorer by clicking “Tools” and then “Internet Options.” From there, select “General”, and “Browsing history”, and “Settings.” In Chrome, choose “Preferences” from the Chrome menu in the navigation bar, which will display your settings. Then expand the “Advanced” option to show “Privacy and security.” From there, open “Content settings” and “Cookies.”

  3. Manage your cookies. Every browser gives you a range of options for enabling or deleting cookies. Internet Explorer, for instance, allows you to manage cookies under “Privacy” and “Advanced.” In Chrome, find where cookies are stored as outlined above, then select your management options under “Cookies.”

Banning all browser cookies could make some websites difficult to navigate. However, a setting that controls or limits third-party and tracking cookies can help protect your privacy while still making it possible to shop online and carry out similar activities.



We respect your privacy!

We take reasonable consideration when handling personal information. We will never sell or distribute personal information or any information that can identify you as a person. Make sure to never give information to people you cannot trust!

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