Cookie Policy

Cookies are used by the website. You agree to the use of the website and to the terms of the policy by using it.

About Cookies

Cookies are files that include unique identifiers and are often sent by web servers. They can then be sent back from the server to each browser request for a page.

Web servers can use cookies to track and identify users while they navigate through different pages of a website. They also use them to identify returning users to the website.

Cookies can be either persistent or session cookies. A persistent cookie is a text file that is sent from a web server and stored by a browser. It will remain valid until the set expiry date (unless the user deletes it before it expires). A session cookie will expire after the user session is over.

Cookies on the Website

On the website, we use both persistent and session cookies.

How we use cookies

Cookies don’t contain any personal information, but we may link the personal information we have about you to the cookies. Cookies used by the website include cookies that are strictly necessary for access and navigation, cookies to track usage (performance cookies), cookies that remember your preferences (functionality cookies), as well as cookies that provide targeted content and advertising.

The information that we get from you using our cookies may be used by us for the following purposes.

  • When you visit the website, your computer will be recognized
  • To track your movements on the site and to allow you to use any e-commerce features
  • To improve the site’s usability
  • Analyze the use of the website for administration
  • Personalize your website by targeting ads that may be of interest to you.
  • Cookies from third parties

Third-party cookies may be sent to you when you visit the website.

Cookies may be sent by our advertisers or service providers. They might use the information that they get from you using their cookies.

To track your browsing habits across multiple websites to create a profile and target ads that may be of interest to you.
This Cookie Policy contains additional information.

Blocking cookies

Most browsers let you refuse to accept cookies. Take, for example:

Internet Explorer allows you to refuse all cookies by clicking on “Tools”, Internet Options”, Privacy and then selecting “Block all Cookies” via the sliding selector.

Firefox allows you to block all cookies by clicking on “Tools”, then the “Options” button, and unchecking “Accept Cookies from Sites” in “Privacy”.

You can modify your cookie permissions in Google Chrome by clicking on “Options”, under the hood, Content Settings in “Privacy”. Click on the Cookies tab within the Content Settings.

You can disable cookies in Safari by clicking on “Preferences”, selecting the “Privacy” tab, and then “Block Cookies”.

However, blocking all cookies can have a negative effect on the usability and accessibility of many websites. You may be unable to access certain features of the website, such as log on, content access, search functions, and other features.

Delete Cookies

Cookies can be deleted from your computer as well.

Internet Explorer requires that you manually delete cookies files

Firefox allows you to delete cookies by first making sure that cookies are deleted when you “clear privacy data”. This setting can be changed by clicking on “Tools”, Options and “Settings” under the “Private Data Box” and then clicking “Clear Private Data” in “Tools.”

You can modify your cookie permissions in Google Chrome by clicking on “Options”, under the hood, Content Settings in “Privacy”. Click on the Cookies tab within the Content Settings.

Safari allows you to delete cookies by clicking on “Preferences”, selecting the “Privacy” tab, and then “Remove all Website Data”.
This could have a negative effect on the usability and accessibility of many websites.