Cookies are small files that stored on your computer or on your mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies enable the website to identify you and so provide a better user experience, whilst helping to improve the website.
Users can control the cookies installed on their computer, and can specify whether to accept cookies sent from advertising servers, or to only accept cookies from sites that they trust. You can also manage how long a cookie remains on your computer, or program your computer to request permission every time a website wants to send a cookie. If you do not wish to send cookies to our systems, you can deactivate them. You can control this from your browser, deleting them from your browsing history (cache) at the end of your visit.
However, if you do not allow cookies, some of the website’s services or functionality may not be available.
- Improve a better online experience
- Allow you to set personal preferences
- Protect your security
- Anonymous analytics cookies
This website uses the following cookies:
Session cookies: these facilitate the user’s browsing experience and remember where the user is as they browse a website; as websites do not remember the pages you have visited; these cookies act as a marker on the website.
Authentication cookies: for users who register at the start of their session on websites requiring identification or authentication. These cookies are needed to access content and services restricted to users who have identified themselves and been authenticated. These cookies disappear from your computer or system a maximum of 2 weeks after you identify yourself or register on the system, or when you close your session and disconnect, or by clicking here.
Tracking cookies: these cookies are from third parties (Google and etc.). They are used to analyze visits, the pages viewed and the time spent on the website. This cookie information is sent to and stored by, the tracking servers. These servers may be located in countries where privacy protection is not comparable to that in the country of the owner of this website. These tracking cookies can send this information to third parties as required by legislation, and use this to facilitate the services provided to users.
For more information on the cookies used, contact us at email@example.com.