What are cookies
Cookies are small files usually containing letters and numbers that are downloaded to a device each time users access a website. They are used extensively in order to make websites work more efficiently. Cookies are created each time a user's browser loads a particular website. The website sends the information to the browser, which creates a text file. Each time the user revisits the same website, the browser retrieves the file and sends it back to the website's server. Cookies have a variety of functions including, but not limited to, collecting and remembering information about user preferences, using the shopping cart, and generally making the website easier for the user to use.
- Facilitating navigation on the website and the use of its features to provide a seamless experience.
- Improving the website.
- Offering customised browsing functions on the website.
- Providing personalised advertisements.
- Collecting information about website usage in order to provide a better experience by assessing areas of greatest interest to you or to remember your details each time you visit.
Below are the type of cookies:
Type 1: Cookies strictly necessary
These cookies are necessary for users to be able to browse the website and use features such as assessing a secure area without having to log in repeatedly and remembering the actions that have been performed on each page during the sesion.
IMPORTANT: Without these cookies we cannot guarantee the performance of the website or online security during sessions.
Type 2: Performance Cookies
We use performance cookies, specifically Google Analytics cookies, to collect information about how users use our website. The data collected includes website clicks, the number of web pages visited, the duration of each session and error messages, which is used to improve the website and provide users with a better experience. For more information about Google Analytics, click here.
We also may periodically collect information about how users use the website using other performance cookies similar to Google Analytics. Although the information collected through the use of these cookies may include the user's IP address, browser and domain information, this data is collected and analysed in an anonymous and aggregated form.
For Google adwords:
Users who do not wish to participate in tracking activities can simply opt-out of this cookie by blocking cookies in their Internet brower's user preferences.
Type 3: Functionality Cookies
The Functionality Cookies allow us to remember choices users make on the website, such as user name, language and preferences. This information allows us to provide more personalised features to our users when they browse the website.
These websites provide information for configuring most browsers.
How to disable Google Analytics anonymous cookies: you can install the Google Analytics plug-in in your browser to prevent the website from sending information about your visits to Google Analytics. For more information, please visit:
IMPORTANT: Cookies are used for the purpose of improving or enabling the usability and processes of our website. Disabling or deleting cookies may prevent users from being able to use the functions of the website or may cause the website to function differently in the browser than originally designed.
Usage policy: changes in the cookies policy
What kind of cookies do we use on this website?
|_ga||Google Analytics||2 years||Used to distinguish users.|
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|_gat||Google Analytics||24 hours||Used to limit the percentage of requests.|