What are Cookies?
These are small bits of information that are saved in text files on the device you use to visit a website. Cookies are used to remember you and your preferences, either for a single visit (using a "session cookie") or for multiple visits (using a "persistent cookie").
- Session Cookies, also known as temporary cookies, will expire immediately after you close the web browser.
- Persistent Cookies, these are cookies that help our website remember your choices. When you close your browser or restart your computer, persistent cookies will still be on your phone or computer. These cookies make sure that your time on the Website and with the Services is smooth and reliable.
Cookies can be set by the website itself ("first-party cookies") or by third parties, like analytic services providers, advertising, and content servers on the website ("third-party cookies"). This kind of cookie will let us and other websites know that that you have been to our site.
What type of cookies do we use?
- Necessary Cookies
When you visit our website and use some of its services, we use the cookies we need to give you the best experience possible. Cookies, for example, let us know you have signed up for an account and will keep you logged in so you can easily view the content.
- Functionality Cookies
Functionality cookies keep track of the choices you make and let us make sure that the Website and Services work the way you want them to. For example, we will remember your username and how you changed the Website and Services the next time you come back.
- Social Media Cookies
These are cookies that come from social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc., and they let us track social network users when they view or use the Website and Services, or share content, by using any tagging mechanism that the social network offers.
We only use these cookies for retargeting and to keep track of events. Any information we get from these tags will be used in line with our privacy rules and those of the social networks. We will not ask the user for or share any information that could be used to find out who they are.
What are your cookie options?
If you do not like cookies or certain kinds of cookies, you can change your browser's settings to delete cookies that have already been set and not accept new ones. Visit internetcookies.org to find out how to do this or to learn more about cookies.
Please keep in mind, though, that you might not be able to use all of the Website and Services' features if you remove or do not accept cookies.
Changes and Amendments
We reserve the right to change the terms of this Policy or how it applies to the Website and Services at any time. Changes will take effect when a new version of this Policy is posted on the Website. When we do, we will update the date at the bottom of this page to show when it was last changed. If you keep using the Website and Services after any of these changes, you agree to the changes.
Acceptance of this Policy
You confirm that you have read this Policy and agree to all of its rules. You agree to be bound by this Policy when you use the Website and Services. If you decide not to follow the rules in this Policy, you are not allowed to use the Website or Services.