What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that a website puts on your computer, phone, or tablet when you visit it. They are used by many website owners to make their sites work better and give them information. Cookies let websites remember what you like, keep track of what you do, and make your browsing experience better.
Types of Cookies We Use:
These cookies are necessary for the Website to work, and they let you move around and use its features. Most of the time, they are set when you do something, like login or fill out a form. If you don’t have these cookies, you might not be able to use all of the services and features on the Website.
Performance Cookies and Cookies for Tracking:
These cookies keep track of how people use the website, like which pages are looked at the most and if any problem messages are shown. We use this information to improve how the Website works and how easy it is to use. These cookies don’t collect information that could be used to find out who you are.
Cookies for Functionality:
Functionality cookies let the website remember your choices and preferences, like which language or area you like to use. They make it possible for you to use personalized features and improve your experience by giving you more relevant material and suggestions.
Cookies for Advertising and Targeting:
These cookies are used to show you ads that are relevant to your tastes and how you use the site. They may be set by us or by advertising networks that are not affiliated with us. These cookies help advertisers measure how well their ads work and keep track of how they interact with the ads.
Cookies From Third Parties:
We might let third-party service providers put cookies on the Website so they can do things for us, like analytics, ads, and integrating social media. These third parties have their own privacy rules and may collect information about what you do online across different websites and services. We suggest reading their privacy rules to learn more about how they handle data.
Do Not Track Signals:
Some browsers may send websites “do not track” messages. We do not react to “do not track” signals or other similar mechanisms at this time.
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