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Cookies Policy

  1. Introduction
    All visitors to are subject to our Cookie Policy. The following details are provided to educate visitors about’s cookie practises in relation to their use of the website.
  2. What are cookies?
    When we talk about “cookies,” we’re referring to cookies and other comparable technologies that may be used to gather information in an automated fashion.

A “cookie,” sometimes known as a “browser cookie,” “HTTP cookie,” or simply a “cookie,” is a short text file that may be saved on a user’s computer, mobile terminal, or other Internet-accessing device.

A web server sends a request to the browser asking for cookies to be downloaded and stored (eg: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome). Cookies are little text files that are put on a user’s browser and stay “passive” for a certain amount of time, meaning that they do not actively collect or transmit data or access the user’s hard drive after they have been placed there.

Each cookie has two main components:

Both the cookie’s name and its contents or value.
Technologically speaking, only the web server that originally delivered the cookie may get it when the user returns to the web page connected with that web server.

  1. For what purposes are cookies used through this website:

Cookies help us provide you a better experience while you browse and give you access to features and content that are more relevant to you.

helping, the site’s owner, learn more about the site’s visitors and how they use it so that they may make adjustments based on those findings; gathering anonymized use data to send to; may improve the website’s usability and accessibility in response to the information provided by cookies on how the site is used.

  1. What is the lifetime of cookies?
    Depending on its intended use, a cookie’s lifespan might be quite different from one browser to the next. The following types of cookies also affect how long they remain in storage:

Cookies that are removed when the browser is closed are called “session cookies.”
When a user visits a website, the server may place a small text file called a cookie on their computer. This cookie will stay there until its stated expiry date (which might be minutes, days, or years in the future) or until the user deletes it.

  1. What are cookies placed by third parties?
    Third-party cookies are those that aren’t directly related to but are nonetheless used on the site by a third party.

Third-party cookie distributors are likewise subject to the Privacy Policy published on this domain.

In certain cases, cookies from third-party services like Google Analytics may be used.

  1. Which cookies are used through this website:

Cookies used for analysing user behaviour and enhancing website performance.

Functional Cookies
When a person visits this page again, their choices will already be saved in the cookie, saving them the trouble of reconfiguring them.

Analytics cookies
This kind of cookie lets us know whether a user has previously visited or used our website. Only aggregated, anonymous data may be accessed with these cookies.

  1. What type of information is stored and accessed through cookies?
    Cookies are little text files that are downloaded to the user’s computer and used to identify the browser. Until the cookies on this site expire or are erased, the browser will continue to be recognised.
  2. Customizing browser settings regarding cookies
    Long expiry periods may be specified for preserving the browsing history if the usage of cookies does not cause any inconvenience and the computer or technical equipment used to view this website is used exclusively by you. The option to clear browsing history and cookies every time the browser is closed might be useful if many persons use the same computer or other technical equipment to access this website.
  3. How can cookies be turned off?
    The usefulness of this site may suffer if cookies are disabled or rejected.

Cookies are little text files that may be stored in a user’s browser at their discretion.

You may modify your browser’s cookie settings in any contemporary browser. The “options” or “preferences” menu of your browser is normally where you’ll find these controls.

You will still see online advertisements even if you disable or refuse cookies; however, they will not be tailored to your specific interests and preferences as revealed by your web surfing habits.

The following resources may be helpful in learning about these options:

Internet Explorer’s cookie preferences
Configuring Firefox cookies
Internet Explorer’s Cookie Settings
Options for Safari cookies

Please email us at contact [@] if you have any more inquiries about the functionality of cookies on this site.

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