Last Updated: 20.1.2023
What are Cookies?
Most professional websites today utilise cookies to gather information. Each cookie is a text file, typically no greater than 4kb in size, that is stored on a user’s computers when they visit a website. For the most part, these are used to remember a user’s preferences. However, they can also be used to track user movement on the site and to identify sources of traffic.
How to Opt-Out of Cookies/Delete Them Completely?
Cookies or other similar tracking devices can be disabled or deleted at any point when using the services. If you want to restrict, block or delete cookies, you can do so via the browser settings. However, please be aware if you decline the download of cookies from the site, then functional aspects of the service may be affected or be rendered inaccessible.
– Internet Explorer
– Google Chrome
Types of Cookies Used
Throughout the site, we reserve the right to use the following types of cookies and other tracking devices:
Following your first visit to the site, navigational cookies will allow you to use the features of the website. Without these cookies, critical services would be rendered unusable. For example, to access secure areas of the site.
After you leave a site, these cookies allow us to remember your choices and preferences. Upon your return to the site, settings such as font size, font, and other customisable aspects of the website will remain the same.
Performance cookies allow us to evaluate and appraise the traffic through the site, including the pages users access most, count visits by users and to identify traffic sources. By gathering these aggregated and anonymous data, we can improve the sites functionality and features.
Third-party advertisers place these cookies, and we are not responsible for the information collected. Targeting cookies limit how frequently you see an advert and measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns
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