What happens when you reject cookies?

When you reject cookies on a website, it affects both your user experience and privacy. You will likely see less personalized content and ads, as cookies are used to remember your preferences and browsing behavior. 

On the privacy front, rejecting cookies boosts your online privacy, as fewer details about your browsing habits are collected, particularly by tracking cookies. While this might lead to a more generic browsing experience, it aligns with the growing concern for personal data privacy. 

Privacy regulations like the GDPR require that users can still access websites even if they reject non-essential cookies, so basic site functionality should remain available.

What happens when you accept cookies?