What are cookies ?
Cookies are a small file with many purposes such as: identifying a user, transmitting data between pages during site navigation, and helping the website remember you between visits.
What is the point of this message ?
The European Union passed the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), regulating data protection and privacy. This regulation helps a user better control and understand where their personal data is being used.
As such, as a user of this website you are given the right to restrict the information you give us by either allowing or disallowing the use of non-essential cookies.
What are cookies used for on Armaell's Library?
Armaell's Library has multiple different types of cookies each for their own purpose outlined below:
Quality of life
When you comment you're required to submit your name (username) and email. Armaell's Library will write down your name (username) and email in a cookie. When you return to comment again, those fields will already be pre-filled
This is a non-essential cookie and disallowing them will in disabling the above-mentioned functionality.
Users that manage the website will need a cookie containing a unique session identifier when logging into the backend of the website.
This is an essential cookie and cannot be disabled.
Remembering cookies preferences
When you answer if you allow or disallow non-essential cookies, your choice will be written down in a cookie as to not ask you again.
This cookie can't be disabled.