What are cookies?
Cookies are short text files a website sends to the browser (in the event that the website is using
them). The main purpose of the cookies is to enable the web server to recognise the computer.
Types of cookies
Cookies are a file type that the website you use creates in order to store data. The next time you
visit that same website, it will be easier and faster for you to browse through it. There are two
types of cookies, namely:
– Temporary cookies that are temporarily created to record data when you browse through the
website. These cookies are deleted when you close your browser window;
– Permanent cookies that stay on your computer or device and are activated every time you
visit a website.
Which cookies are used by our website?
This site uses:
1. Google Analytics cookies (_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz). You can read more on Google
Analytics cookies here.
2. Session cookies (The cookie is saved to the memory buffer and is not stored; it is deleted
when you close the browser. Session cookies do not collect user information).
You can turn the cookies off at any time in your browser settings; however, we would advise
against it. You can find out more about cookie settings for individual browsers by clicking on
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