A cookie—also known as a browser cookie or Internet cookie—is a small text file that is automatically downloaded from a website and stored on your computer/device when you browse the website. They enable the collection of information about your actions during your visit in order to provide a good user experience, to make sure the website functions efficiently and to help determine how to improve the site.
We employ session cookies and persistent cookies on our website:
Session cookies: Session cookies gather information regarding your activities while browsing our website. These are temporary cookies that are deleted once you close your browser or log out of the site.
Persistent cookies: These are cookies that are stored on your computer or device for a set period of time. They gather information for use on return visits, such as user preferences.
The following list describes the types and functions of the cookies we use on our site:
Strictly necessary cookies. These are cookies that are necessary for our website to operate and offer certain features. For example, cookies that enable you to log into our website.
Performance and analytical cookies: These cookies collect information about visits to our website and the actions you take while on our website. This enables us to make improvements to the website, for example, by identifying and correcting errors in operation and ensuring that you find what you are looking for easily.
Functionality cookies. These cookies are used to recognize you on repeat visits to our website They enable us to offer a more personalized experience and also to remember your preferences.
Advertising cookies: These cookies gather information about your visit to our website, such as the pages you browse and any links you might follow. This information is used to provide you with personalized advertising that is relevant to you and to help us understand the advertisements' effectiveness.
You may choose to either block or delete cookies. You will find the option to do this in your browser settings. You should be aware, however, that such action may prevent you from accessing parts of the website or make some functions unavailable to you.