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We use data collection files on our website called “Cookies” that help us in analyzing the website flow, and are necessary for the functionality of the website. Without cookies, certain areas of the website will not function, making cookies essential for the complete operations of the website. Moreover, cookies help us in remembering the users’ information and interests, allowing us to make the website usage more efficient and display relevant content to the users.
Cookies policy is for the visitors of our website, it explains what cookies are and how are they used. Our visitors should read the policy in order to have an understanding of the types of cookies we use, why we use them and how they help us in providing a better browsing experience to our users.
Cookies are small text file placed on the hard drive of the users’ devices including computer, tablet, laptop and mobile phones when they visit our website. Cookies are positioned to make the users’ browsing experience better by providing them personalized and relevant content. We use this information to
Types of Cookies
Session cookies and Persistent cookies are the two main types of cookies. Persistent Cookies remain on the users devices for a longer period of time or until manually removed by the user. These cookies are activated upon every visit to the website. Whereas, Session Cookies are temporary and are only saved while the users stay on the website. These cookies are deleted as soon as the browser window is closed and the particular session ends. Cookies have the following four functions and can be categorized as below:
Purpose of Placing Cookies
Managing and Deleting Cookies
Users can manage or opt out of having cookies by changing the setting in the Manage Cookies Tab on their browser. Managing or disallowing cookies is dependent upon the type of browser being used. By disallowing or blocking cookies users’ may be unable to access certain areas of the website, therefore, it is not recommended in order to experience the website in its complete functional condition.