What are cookies?
Cookies are small units of data sent from a website and stored on the user’s device while browsing the website. Cookies have several different functions, such as letting the website know your past activity on the site, so that your use of the site is more efficient and enjoyable, remembering your preferences, allowing you to navigate the site and authenticating. If you have registered on the site or wish to make a purchase through the site. Cookies can also help make the ads you see online more relevant to you and your interests.
Am I required to accept cookies to use this website?
What types of cookies are used?
Cookies strictly necessary (or essential). These cookies are essential to enable you to navigate a website and use its features, such as services you have requested. Without these cookies, these services would not be available to you. This includes, for example, browsing as a registered user, accessing secure areas of the site or making purchases through the site.
Performance cookies. These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, such as the pages users view most often and whether they receive error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that can identify a visitor. The information collected is aggregated and anonymous. They are only used to improve the way the website works.
Feature cookies. These cookies allow the website to remember the choices you make (such as your username, language, or region). This in turn allows the site to offer you improved and more personalized features, giving you a better experience while using. The information collected by these cookies is usually made anonymous and does not include your browsing activity on other websites.
What happens if I authorize cookies in my browser?
Unless you disable these technologies by using this website and online services, you agree that we may place cookies and associated technologies on your device.
What are web beacons?
Some pages on the site may contain web beacons (also known as Internet tags, pixel tags, and transparent GIF). We use web beacons to help present content to users and generate statistics about Internet traffic and trends. Web beacons cannot identify you individually.