What are Cookies?
- Cookies are small text files stored on your devices that help us better understand user behavior, tell us which parts of the Site people have visited, and measure the effectiveness of advertisements.
- The cookies automatically collect information when you visit and browse our Site or interact with our online advertisement.
Cookies help us understand how visitors use our Site, letting you better navigate between pages, and generally improving your browsing experience.
- Limit ads frequency (the number of times you may see our advertisements);
- Determine original referral sources when visitors get to the Site;
- Remarket ads as our Site visitors browse the internet;
- Understand the value of our advertising campaigns, so we can improve our marketing strategies.
What types of cookies do we use?
Based on the International Chamber of Commerce UK Cookie Guide, on our website, we use the following types of cookies
- Analytical Cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for example, which pages visitors go to most often.
- Advertising Cookies are used to deliver adverts more relevant to your interests.
These cookies can also be categorized as
- Session Cookies are stored only temporarily during a browsing session and they expire at the end of the visitor session.
- Persistent Cookies are saved on your device for a predefined period of time and will remain valid until their set expiry date (details are provided in the table below).
- First-Party Cookies are set and can be read only by our Site; whereas, Third-Party Cookies are set by different companies and can be read by them.
How to delete cookies?
Most browsers automatically accept cookies, however, you can set your browser to decline/block them. You can delete cookies in your browser settings, please note that discarding cookies can make some parts of the Site unusable.
You can find how to delete cookies in the table below
- Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
- Cookie settings in Firefox
- Cookie settings in Chrome
- Cookie setting in Opera