Cookies are part of a web application, that helps identify you, as an individual user.
Cookies are stored on your computer, and allow the application to know who you are.
So, everytime to sign in to otoFoto, you get a cookie from otoFoto which is then stored on your computer,
helping otoFoto identify you and serve you with the data that belongs to you.
You could technically do so, but that will not allow you to login to otoFoto, or do anything other than maybe read this page...
You shouldn't be afraid of cookies. Your information generated by otoFoto, is not being forwarded to anyone else.
We won't give anyone any information about you. Using cookies is solely for the operational needs of otoFoto.
Someone thought it would be a good idea to tell you, the end user, a bit about the technology that makes application work.
So, now websites are obligated to inform you about the cookies they use.
I'm no lawyer, but I think it's a European standard. This website is hosted in the US so I don't even know if the law applies
anyway, but it's a good chance to talk about the technology behind this magic we call "Web applications".
More on the cookie law: https://www.cookielaw.org/the-cookie-law/
The only cookie being used in otoFoto is PHPSESSID which is a PHP (programing language) session identity.
It keeps your identity unique so you could log in, and see only what you were meant to see, and not anyone else's stuff.