You will find more information on this page about what cookies precisely are, how they work and what cookies you might receive from www.yespers.com.
What are cookies?
A cookie is, in fact, a small piece of text which is received by your web browser from the web server of the website which you are visiting. These cookies are often saved by your hard disk as files.
How do cookies work?
If you allow cookies to be used, your browser will save the cookies as a small text file on the hard disk of your computer. These cookies are always connected to a domain or subdomain (in this case, www.yespers.com). If you visit the website again later (even on another day), the content of the cookie can be called up again by your browser.
Different types of cookie
A distinction can be made between functional and non-functional cookies. Functional cookies are cookies which are used by websites to help them work better for (returning) visitors. Cookies which control whether a user is logged in or not, for example, or which record the contents of a basket for a webshop to help the order process work more efficiently. Express permission doesn't have to be requested for these cookies. Non-functional cookies are all the other cookies which are not necessary to help the website work well technically.
A distinction is also made between first and third party cookies. First party cookies are saved by the domain where the web page you are visiting comes from (in this case, www.yespers.com). Third party cookies are cookies which have been placed by another domain. These are cookies which may be placed by YouTube if a page from another domain contains a YouTube video, for example.
Cookies whose purpose it is to analyse visitors are 'non-functional cookies' and we are obliged by law to provide you with the choice of whether they can be placed or not.