Cookies are small text files that can be saved on your computer when you visit a website. They are usually used to improve the website for the visitor. There are two types: Permanent cookies and session cookies.
A permanent cookie is a file that is saved on a visitor's computer and remains there until the duration expires. The file is used, for example, to make it easier for you who visit the website to use the site based on your preferences and interests. Permanent cookies can be deleted before the duration expires if you choose to clear cookies from the browser.
A session cookie is temporarily stored on your computer during your visit. It is deleted when you close the browser.
The website uses the Browsealoud service. The service stores some data locally in your browser to work properly and to store your preferences and settings. Examples of settings are color selection, language selection for translation, or other configurations. See more details in the panel for the service's user settings. This data is not transferred to the service provider's own servers.
If you don't want cookies to be stored
If you don't want cookies to be stored on your computer, you can make settings in your browser that prevent this. You can also make settings so that you get a warning every time a website wants to store a cookie on your computer.
You can remove cookies already stored on your computer. How you do it depends on which browser you are using. Please see the help section for your browser for further instructions.