What Are Cookies
Cookies are small text sections sent by a website you visit. They allow the website to recognise you, recommend your next visit, and make the Service more useful to you for a smoother experience.
They can be either “persistent” or “session” cookies. Persistent cookies stay in your computer after disconnecting from the internet, while session cookies are removed as soon as you close your browser
How we employ cookies
When you use the Service, we can place some files called cookies in your browser.
Following are the purposes for using cookies:
- To offer a more optimised user experience
- Hold information about the Service in memory and make sure it runs smoothly
- To set different types of cookies on the site, we will always be clear about when they are used
- Essential cookies help authenticate users and avoid fraudulent use of the accounts. We may use them to personalise your experience on our site so that it takes care of your preferences
What are your options concerning cookies?
*Not* deleting cookies or refusing to accept them might affect features you use the site for, such as storing preferences & some of our page displaying may not work as expected.
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These cookies are necessary for the website’s function and cannot be turned off in our systems. They’re usually intended to be set in response to your actions, for example, setting your privacy choices, logging in, or filling out a form. Cookies set by the website can be blocked or notified. If you choose not to accept these cookies, parts of the website will not work.
Cookies do not intend to store any personal information about your browsing session.