Cookie Policy

If you visit this site, you consent to the use of cookies. We have the authority to alter the policy as needed. An email will be sent to you if there are any significant changes to the Cookie Policy. Before the modifications are implemented, we may additionally provide the information on this website. To remain up to current on our most recent privacy improvements, we encourage you to visit this site on a frequent basis. Your continued use of this site indicates that you agree to be bound by any changes to our policies. If you disagree with our policy, the only option is for you to stop visiting this site. The following explanations are covered by our Cookie Policy, which is contained in our Privacy Rules.

  • An explanation of cookies
  • When you visit this site, cookies are used.
  • Your cookie selections
  • Third-party cookies on the site
  • Preference-based advertisements.

What is the definition of a cookie?


Cookies are extremely small text files that are saved in your browser. Cookies allow a third party to recognize you. Cookies are frequently used to provide certain features, provide data, and remember your favorite websites. Cookies can also be used to make the display of adverts easier and to personalize advertising. Cookies are divided into two categories. Persistent and session are two types of these. A session cookie is only active while you're browsing the Internet. Persistent cookies last until they expire. You have the option to delete persistent cookies at any moment. The duration of an expiration date might range from minutes to years. Cookies set by a specific website that you visit are known as first-party cookies. Others set third-party cookies on a website.

When I visit the site, what cookies are used?


Third-party cookies may be used on our site. These will be downloaded to your computer and shown in your browser. However, until you use certain features, some may stay dormant. A few cookies are utilized on a regular basis. Individual cookies are used to do certain tasks. The following are some of them:

  • Essential Cookies: These are first-party cookies that allow a user to use a site feature. It might involve things like making purchases or staying logged in
  • Analytics Cookies: These cookies are used to collect statistical data in order to enhance the site. Analytics cookies can aid in the comprehension of test page results and responses to new features. These cookies can be either first-party or third-party cookies
  • Preference Cookies: Remember your site favorites
  • Third-party ad targeting cookies: These are cookies that advertising sites use to deliver adverts and track their performance. They also allow networks to target you with advertisements based on your surfing history.

Finally, cookies may be included in emails that are sent from our site. (If you've signed up for email notifications.) Cookies in emails allow us to track how many of our emails are opened. Cookies may be readily managed in emails, just as they can be on a website.

What role do third parties play on the site when it comes to cookies?


Cookies are used by third-party companies to collect data without revealing their source. By examining your browsing history, this information may be utilized to create a picture of your life and tastes.

What choices do I have for cookies?


You can control how cookies display on your computer. Change the settings on your computer and browser if you're not ok with cookies. You can delete cookies that are already on your computer and set a restriction on new ones. To discover how to adjust the cookies in your browser, consult the help pages. The removal of cookies may cause issues with the information on our site as well as the functions that are available to you. It's possible that presentation and storage will be harmed.

What is the best way to handle cookies?


Cookies allow users to take advantage of the majority of our website's features. If you disable cookies, certain parts of our website may not perform properly.

How to turn off behaviorally targeted advertising cookies  

Many individuals are concerned about these kinds of cookies. In this case, cookies are to blame for any advertisements that you may receive as a result of your visit to our site. You can refuse to receive these cookies if you choose. Users in the European Union can refuse cookies by going to, while Americans can go to To disable third-party cookies, go to your browser's settings and disable third-party cookies. We are not liable for any material on these websites or any problems that may arise as a result of their use.

How to switch on/off cookies in a browser?


Google Chrome

  • On the browser toolbar, click the wrench symbol
  • Choose Setting
  • Click 'Show advanced settings' In the "Privacy" section, choose the 'Content settings' tab
  • Select 'Allow local data to be set' in the "Cookies" section to allow cookies. Both first-party and third-party cookies will be allowed. Select 'Block all third-party cookies without exception' to allow only first-party cookies
  • Select 'Block sites from setting any data' in the "Cookies" section to deactivate cookies
  • In Chrome, there are many levels of cookie enablement and disablement.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0

  • Select 'Internet Options' from the 'Tools' menu at the top of your browser window
  • Navigate to the 'Privacy' tab in the settings box
  • To enable cookies, follow this: Set the slider to a value of 'Medium' or lower
  • To deactivate cookies, follow this: Move the slider to the top
  • In Explorer, there are several levels of cookie enablement and disablement.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Select 'Options' from the 'Tools' option on the browser menu
  • Choose the Privacy tab
  • To enable cookies, pick 'Accept cookies for sites'
  • To deactivate cookies pick 'Accept cookies for sites' should not be checked
  • In Firefox, there are several levels of cookie enablement and disablement.


  • Select 'Settings' from the 'Settings' option on the browser menu
  • Click on 'Quick Preferences'
  • To enable cookies, select "Enable Cookies" 
  • Uncheck "Enable Cookies" to deactivate cookies
  • In Opera, there are different levels of cookie management.

​​Safari on OSX

  • Select 'Preferences' from the 'Safari' menu bar
  • Select 'Security' 
  • To enable cookies, select 'Only from sites you browse to' in the 'Accept cookies' column
  • To deactivate cookies, Select 'Never' in the 'Accept cookies' column
  • In Safari, there are many levels of cookie management.

Any other browser

  • Please use the browser's "help" function or contact the browser's vendor.

Do you use any other user tracking technologies?


Other technological aspects are used to assist with preference tracking. Web beacons are one of these choices. Pixel tags and clear GIFs are examples of this. These little signals are tucked up on pages in obscure locations. Cookies are used to communicate with the beacons. They collaborate to keep track of data. Beacons may be turned off in emails but not on websites. Deactivating cookies that communicate with them is the only method to limit their use.

Advertising that is based on interests


Vendors provide us with interest-based advertisements, which we use. Our site is dedicated to providing you with the most up-to-date information on our site and others. This may be accomplished with the use of advertising. Our site, on the other hand, does not have comprehensive control over all cookie or embedded content usage. We are also exempt from liability for the activities of other parties. Third parties are also used to assist us in comprehending the interests that span several devices. This growth in advertising includes smartphones, tablets, and laptops.