What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer, mobile, tablet or any other equipment you use to access a website. The file is passive and can never spread a virus or other harmful programmes on your computer. The cookie is simply stored and send back to the website, the next time you time visit it.
The data the cookie registers is only used collectively with data from the cookies on other users’ computers to create overall statistics on how the website is used. This means that the cookie doesn’t deliver any specific data about you.
How to disable cookies
If you don’t want to have cookies from pkcas.dk stored on your computer, you can disable cookies in most modern browsers.
You can usually find these settings in the 'options' or 'preferences' menu of your browser, and add pkcas.dk to the list of websites you don’t want to have cookies stored from.
See these guides on how to disable cookies in the most common browsers:
Disable cookies in Microsoft Internet Explorer
Disable cookies in Mozilla Firefox
Disable cookies in Google Chrome
Disable cookies in Opera
Disable cookies in Safari