HOW TO SETUP 2FA IN FORTNITE
UPDATED: 15/11/21 - AUTHOR: Codelife Do I really need it?
Yes, Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) the best security method to help protect your account from hackers getting unauthorised access. Not only does it provide protection but it also allows you to join in-game tournaments and cash cups.
1. What is a Cookie?
Cookies can be extremely useful, as they can improve the user experience on websites that you have already visited a number of times. Provided you use the same user device and the same browser as before, cookies remember for example your preferences, your language settings, your choices, or how you use a site, and adapt the displayed offerings to be more relevant to your personal interest and needs.
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Strictly necessary cookies are cookies which are essential (not only reasonably necessary or important) to use a website as intended, i.e. as requested by you, being the website user. Because of their essentiality, strictly necessary cookies don’t require your consent. Strictly necessary cookies are typically cookies which ensure the functionality of a website like navigating on it (also between individual pages of a website), use the website’s features, and perform actions (e.g. text input), or which ensure compliance with applicable legislations, for example, the security requirements of data protection law.
Functional cookies are cookies which are not strictly necessary for the performance of a website but, however, useful e.g. to save information that have already been provided by you (like user name, language, choices, location etc.), and – based on this information – to offer you improved, more personal functions. These cookies collect anonymised information; they cannot track your movement on other websites. Functional cookies are typically used to enable requested functions (such as the playback of videos) but also to remember choices you made regarding specific requests (e.g., if you already signed in for a newsletter, this information will be collected and you will not be asked to sign in again).
Performance cookies are cookies which collect information on how a website is used, for example which pages of the website you opened most frequently and whether you receive error messages from a page. The collected information will be aggregated and thus will be analysed in a non-attributable way to a specific person. Performance cookies are typically used to improve the performance of a website and thus the user experience.
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Depending on the provider of the cookie, cookies can be divided into first-party cookies or third-party cookies.
First-party cookies are cookies which are set directly by the website you are visiting, i.e. the URL displayed in your browser’s address bar. First-party cookies are typically used for basic page functionality of a website.
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2. Which cookies do we use on this Website and for what reason?
Please find an overview on the cookies we use on our Website in the following table:
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|Google Analytics||Third-party (Google)||Performance cookie||The information generated by Google Analytics cookies allow us to analyse the use of this Website by the users. Google will use this information to evaluate users’ use of the Website, to compile reports on Website activity, and to provide other services related to Website activity and internet usage to us, being the Website operator. The IP address provided by Google Analytics within the framework of Google Analytics will not be merged with other data provided by Google. The information are usually transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there. IP anonymisation has been activated on this Website so that the IP address of Google users within Member States of the European Union or in other contracting states of the Agreement on the European Economic Area is shortened beforehand. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be sent to a Google server in the US and shortened there.||2 years from set/update||You can find more details regarding this cookie on the following pages:
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