Cookie Policy Cookie policy

  1. What is a cookie?
    1. Cookies are small text files sent by our web server and stored on your computer by your web browser. These files consist of information about your use of your internet browser but do not always include personal information about you (they don't always store your name, for instance). The information saved with cookies in your computer, is included in your browser's request to our server every time you visit a page from our website. This allows us to track your web browser and identify your repeated visits.
  2. Our use of cookies?
    1. We use cookies to enhance your browsing experience with us and to best provide you with our services. Your personal information is only used by us and is not shared with any third party. Cookies allow us to remember your preferences on our site and personalise the content we show you. Cookies also help us understand what most of our visitors like on our site, for example, we use cookies to count the number of visits to a particular page. This saved information does not allow us to identify any particular user, but it helps us best gauge the majority of our customers' interests and improve our services for you.
    2. We analyse the use of our website through Google Analytics, which generates statistical information related to the use of the website, by means of cookies that are stored on your computer. Google also stores and uses this information. You can refer to Google's privacy policy at

    3. Cookies are mainly of 2 types: Session based cookies and Persistent cookies:
      1. • Session cookies get removed from your computer as soon as you log out from the service.
      2. • Persistent cookies remain stored on your computer until manually deleted, or until they reach their expiry date.
  3. Rejecting cookies:

    1. Almost all internet browsers allow you to reject/block websites cookies:

    2. • In Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > and selecting "Block all cookies" using the sliding selector.

      • In Firefox: Tools > Options > Privacy > remove individual cookies.

      • In Google Chrome: Settings > Privacy > Content Settings.

      • In Safari: Safari > Preferences > Privacy.

      Blocking cookies can have a negative impact on the usability of some websites.

      By using, you agree to this cookie policy.

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