What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is downloaded on to your device when you visit a website.
We use the information we receive from a cookie to make the site easier to use and to improve the content. Cookies help to collect anonymous information about the pages you visit on the website and the devices you use. Because the information we collect is anonymous, it is not possible to identify individuals who visit our site.
Cookies help to personalize your site when you sign in, plan improvements and upgrades to your website, remember settings, and share content on social media more easily.
What cookies do we use?
We use session cookies each time you visit the website, they allow us to keep track on your activities on the website and are only valid during a web browser session.
Persistent cookies record user preferences or activities. Persistent cookies are not deleted when the browser is closed and are stored on the user’s device. For example, to save a username and password so that the user does not have to sign in each time they visit a particular web page.
We use advertising cookies to deliver ads that are relevant to the user’s interests. We use these cookies to measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaign and to remember what the user has viewed on the website.
Third-part cookies come from advertisements on other websites and are located on the website the user visits. For example, Facebook and Google may use their own cookies to collect information about the content of our website.
Facebook Cookie Terms: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
Google Cookie Terms: https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/cookies/
How long has the cookie been stored on the user’s computer?
The storage time of cookies before they are deleted varies for each cookie. Each new visit to the website updates the cookies, which also extends their duration.
How do I delete cookies?
You can restrict or delete cookies on your device. Restricting or deleting cookies may affect user comfort.