What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are sent to your computer’s browser by a webpage you are visiting. A cookie file is stored on your computer’s browser and enables the webpage or a third party to recognize you, making your next visit easier and the webpage more helpful to you.
Cookies may be classified as persistent cookies or session cookies. Persistent cookies remain stored in your personal computer or mobile phone device, even when you are not connected to the Internet (your browser software is not working), while session cookies are deleted immediately upon exiting your browser.
Each time you use and gain access to our Webpage, we have the option of sending a number of cookie files to your browser.
We use both persistent cookies and session cookies, and we vary the types of cookies we use for the functions of our Webpage:
Essential cookies: We have the option of using cookies to remember information that changes how our Webpage responds or how it looks, such as the language preferred by one of our Webpage’s users.
Statistical (“analytics”) cookies: We have the option of using statistical cookies to process information regarding how our Webpage is being used, to be able to proceed with making improvements to it. Furthermore, we may use statistical cookies to try out new advertisements, pages, images, or new functional aspects of our Webpage, for the purpose of finding out how users respond to them each time. (https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245)
Besides using our own cookies, we are able to use various other third-party cookies, with the purpose of reporting statistical usage data for the Webpage, showing advertisements on the Webpage and through the Webpage, etc.
In case you wish to delete the cookies on your own, or to set up your browser to delete cookies or to refrain from using them, please visit the help pages of your browser.
However, please note that if you delete cookies or you refrain from using them, you may no longer be able to take advantage of the functions offered by our Webpage or to store any preferences you may have, while some of our pages may not be responding fully.
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If you are using the “Internet Explorer” browser, please visit the following page by Microsoft:
If you are using the “Firefox” browser, please visit the following page by Mozilla:
If you are using any other browser, please visit the official webpage of your browser.
Where can you find further information regarding cookies?
Network Advertising Initiative: http://www.networkadvertising.org/