How Writerbyte manages cookies

We use cookies across our website to improve its performance, and provide you with the best possible experience. This policy elaborates on what cookies we use, and what we use them for.

What are cookies?

Cookies are one or many small files which are stored on your computer's browser, designed to contain small amounts of information. Every cookie is specific to a website or system, and can only be accessed by the website or system which created it. Web Beacons and other similar files can do the same thing, and we use the term "Cookies" to refer to all files that collect information in the manner discussed above.

There are many functions cookies server. For example, they can help us remember your preferred language, recommend category or genre you are more interested in, allow us to know how many users visit our website, or specific sections of it, etc.

Certain cookies containn personal information. For example, if you click the "remember me" prompt when logging in, a cookie will be created to store your username. We will never store sensitive information, such as names or passwords as cookies. Most cookies won't collect information that personally identifies you, and will instead collect general information such as how you arrived on the website, your general location, etc.

What sort of cookies do we use and why?

  • Analytical Cookies: We use third party services to track user traffic on our website. This helps us keep track of the community's interests at large, providing us with information such as general location, time spent on web pages, how users access our website, etc. These services do not provide us with any personal information that identifies you.

Can a website user block cookies?

Some cookies are or will become essential for the website to function properly, or be critical to the overall performance and user experience. As we outline when you first access our website, you consent to our use of cookies unless you explicitly disable cookies.

How to disable targeted advertising cookies

If you wish to disable targeted advertising cookies, users based int he European Union can visit, and users based in the United States can visit to opt out of these third party cookies. This will not affect the functionality of the page, but will however affect the quality of advertisement. Note, these websites are in no way affiliated with Writerbyte, and we are not responsible for your experience on them.

How to enable or disable cookies using your browser

Most modern browsers allow you to manage cookies in their settings. These settings can usually be found in the "Settings", "Options", or "Preferences" menu on your browser. For an in-dept guide on how to do this, see: