- What Are Cookies?
Cookies are a common feature of websites. They consist of text-only information that the Website transfers to your browser. This enables the Website to recognize your computer upon revisiting and remember specific details about your previous visits (such as visited pages, preferred menu settings, visit dates and times, etc.), as well as information about your browsing experience (e.g., IP address, browser type, hardware type, etc.). Cookies can be either temporary, known as “session” cookies, or persistent. Session cookies track your activity on the Website during a single browsing session and expire when you close your browser. Persistent cookies, on the other hand, remain stored on your computer and allow the Website to remember you and your preferences for future visits until they expire or are deleted.
2. What Types of Cookies Do We Use and Why?
|Type of Cookie
|These cookies are crucial for the proper functioning of a website and typically include features such as session management, security, and accessibility. They are essential for you to navigate and use the website effectively.
|These cookies allow websites to remember choices you have made (such as language preferences, font size, or customization options) and provide a more personalized experience based on your preferences. They aim to improve your overall browsing experience by tailoring the website to your individual needs and preferences.
|These cookies collect information about your browsing behavior and preferences to offer you a more personalized and tailored experience on the website. They can be used to remember your preferred layout, color scheme, font size, or other customization options to make your browsing experience more enjoyable and relevant to your individual preferences.
|These cookies collect anonymous data about website usage, including the number of visits to each page, the duration of visits, and the sources of traffic (such as search engines or referral websites). The information gathered by analytics cookies helps website owners understand how users interact with their site, identify popular content, and make improvements to enhance the overall performance and user experience.
It is important to note that we do not store personal information in cookies, nor do we utilize cookies to gain access to your computer or devices.
3. How Can I Disable Cookies?
There are various methods to control or disable cookies. These include deleting them from your computer or mobile device and adjusting your browser settings to prevent the acceptance or storage of cookies. Instructions for modifying cookie settings can be found in the documentation specific to your browser (e.g., Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari). However, please be aware that deleting, blocking, or disabling cookies may restrict your access to certain parts of the Website or limit its full functionality.