Plublogs's Cookie Policy

This site uses cookies to help us customise your experience.

This site does NOT have any advertising or tracking cookies used to personally identify you.

This cookie policy explains what cookies are and how we use them on, related domains and applications. Please read this policy to understand what information we collect using cookies and how that information is used.

This site follows EU guideline and legislation for cookies:

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that contains data and information. Cookies are stored by your browser (for example, Chrome or Safari) on your computer or smartphone when you visit a website.

Cookies allow websites to store information such as user preferences, browser sessions and settings. They generally improve your browsing experience, letting you navigate easily, remember your preferences and can act as a memory for the website.

There are session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary and erased after you close and restart your browser. Persistent cookies will remain in your browsers memory until they expire or you delete them manually. Expiration dates are set within the cookie file, and the length may vary from a few minutes to several years.

First and Third-party cookies

First-Party Cookies are cookies that belong to Plublogs, that we set on your computer or smartphone. Third-Party Cookies are cookies that another party (for example Google Analytics, Add This or Disqus) places on your device when you visit a page on our website. Third party typically use cookies to collect user information anonymously. You need to check the third-party's website for more information about how they use cookies, see our cookie list below for relevant links.

How to manage or turn off cookies

You can manage your cookies through your browser settings, to enable, disable or delete cookies. To do this, visit the help pages of your browser and follow the instructions provided (cookie settings are usually located within the Tools or Preferences menu). If you disable cookies you may not be able to use all functions or access some areas of our website, and some of our pages might not function properly. If you use the Plublogs website without changing your cookie settings, we will assume that you are happy to receive all cookies.

You can find more information about how to manage your cookie settings at

Changes to our cookies

We reserve the right to amend or modify the list of cookies from time to time, so there may be additional cookies that are not currently listed. Please check back on a regular basis.

What cookies are used on

Visiting a page on our site may generate the cookies listed below:

Third party cookie used by Cloudflare for faster content delivery. A strictly necessary 'load‑balancing' cookie for accessing the site, exempt from consent EU data protection WP 29.

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  • _gid
  • _gat
  • _gat_gtag_*
  • __utma
  • __utmb
  • __utmc
  • __utmt
  • __utmz
Third party cookies used by "Google Analytics" for visitor statistics.

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  • __atuvs
  • bt
  • bt2
  • di2
  • dt
  • loc
  • uid
  • uit
  • um
  • uvc
Third party cookies used by "Add This" for social bookmark and sharing utility.

  • votejs
First party cookie used by PLUBlogs to count votes by users. The cookie expires automatically after 48 hours. A strictly necessary 'user‑input' cookie, exempt from consent EU data protection WP 29.

  • likejs
First party cookie used by PLUBlogs to enable users to indicate if they like content. A strictly necessary 'user‑input' cookie, exempt from consent EU data protection WP 29.

  • _cb_sid_
First party cookie used by PLUBlogs for statistics to improve users experience and ranking of content. This includes reader counts on stories, video views and how many clicks a listed website receive. A strictly necessary 'user‑input' cookie, exempt from consent EU data protection WP 29. (Legacy cookie which is currently not in use, but might have been stored in the past).

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First party cookie used by PLUBlogs for user login sessions and prevents users from getting logged out while using the browser. This cookie expires when the browser is closed. A strictly necessary 'authentication' cookie, exempt from consent EU data protection WP 29.