What is a cookie
A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer’s hard drive by your web browser. Cookies may be session and permanent.
We use session cookies to assign a unique ID to your computer each time you visit the website. They are erased when you close the browser. These cookies help us track users’ navigation activity (pages, links, time on page).
Our web server identifies permanent cookies stored on your computer’s hard drive. By assigning a unique ID to each computer, we can build a database of user activities and preferences, in particular frequency and recency of site visits, user preferences, and the effectiveness of our promotional efforts. Importantly, cookies do not hold any personal data and are used for activity tracking only.
Session cookies do not require a user’s prior consent for their use, whereas permanent ones do.
You can manage your cookies by changing your browser settings to block or allow all cookies by default, make exceptions, accept or reject cookies. Cookie management varies with each browser. For more details, please use the below links:
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