1. What is a cookie?
• A cookie is a collection of data that a website asks your browser to store on your computer or mobile device. The cookie allows the website to "remember" your actions or preferences over time.
3. The Purpose of Cookies
Cookies can provide faster and easier interaction between users and websites. For example, when authenticating a user on a particular website, authentication data is stored in a cookie; the user can then access that website without having to authenticate again.
4. Types of Cookies We Use
We use the following types of cookies: First-party and Third-party cookies.
First-party cookies are cookies issued from the Site that are generally used to identify language and location preferences or render basic site functionality.
Third-party cookies are cookies that belong to and are managed by other parties.
Our website can be used within certain limits and without accepting cookies.
Login and Registration. If you’ve entered your account, cookies help us show you information and personalize your experience. When you sign in to a website using your personal account, we store a unique ID number and the time of logging in to an encrypted cookie on your device. This cookie lets you navigate from one page to another on the website without having to log back in on each page again. You can also save your login information so you do not have to sign in every time you go back to the website.
Storing the information you provide on a web site. For example, when you provide information or add products to a shopping cart when shopping on our website we store data in a cookie to retain your products and the information you have added.
Social Media. Some of our websites include social networking cookies, including those that allow users connected to social networking services to share content through that service.
Preferences, features, and services. Cookies can tell us which language you prefer and what your communication preferences are. Cookies can help you fill in the forms on the website. Cookies can also provide custom features, information, and content with our plug-ins. The settings that allow our products to operate correctly or that preserve your preferences over time can be stored on your device. For example, if you enter a city or postal code on a website to receive local news or information, we can store this data in a cookie, so that when you return to that website, see the relevant local information . We also save preferences, such as language, browser and multimedia player settings, so it does not have to be reset every time you go back to the website. If you opt out of interest-based advertising, we store this opt-out preference by using a cookie on your device.
How are cookies used for advertising purposes? Cookies allow us to provide advertisements on and off our websites.
6. When We Place Cookies
7. The Lifetime of a Cookie
The life of a cookie may vary. A cookie per session will expire at the end of the session, and a permanent cookie will expire in a longer period. The life of a cookie is not imposed on any user. They can be blocked or deleted at any time through browser settings.
8. The Personal Data Collected by Cookies. The Type of Information That Is Stored and Accessed Through Cookies.
Such data is encrypted in a way that does not allow unauthorized people access to them.
9. Cookies Placed by Third Parties (“Third Party Cookies”)
Apart from the cookies that the website creates when visiting our site, third parties can also create cookies while visiting our websites. In some cases, this may be because we hired third parties to provide services in our name, such as website analysis. In other cases, our web pages provide third-party content or advertisements, such as videos, news, or advertisements delivered by other advertising networks. Because your browser connects to these third-party web servers to retrieve the content, those third parties can create or read their own cookies on your device and can collect information about your online activities on different websites or online services. Third parties must also comply with the applicable law and the privacy policies of the website owner(s).
10. Cookie Control
11. How To Reject or Delete Cookies
You can choose to reject or block all or specific types of cookies set by virtue of your visit to our site by opting out of some of them from your settings page. If you do not want to accept cookies, you can also change the browser settings on your computer or other devices used to access our services. Most browsers also provide the functionality that lets you analyze and delete cookies. Please note that our website will not work properly without cookies.
The list of cookies used by our website: