When visiting websites, servers collect basic information about their visitors. This includes, but is not limited to, referring pages, time-stamps, IP addresses, and browser details. The information is used for routine maintenance and administrative purposes and is not used to personally identify specific visitors to the site.
If you have concerns about your privacy, you can adjust your browser settings to disable cookies. The best practice is to disable cookies on a per-site basis when you feel that protecting your privacy is necessary. Disabling cookies on all sites is not recommended as it could negatively impact your overall online experience. Refer to your specific browser guides to learn how to block cookies and other tracking mechanisms.