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By accessing and using the websites of, you agree to this Cookie Policy ("Policy"). The guidelines for using cookies on this website are outlined in this policy. You indicate that you agree to the following conditions by using this website going forward.

Please take note that this Cookie Policy could change at any time. If there are any significant changes, users will be informed via the website(s). People are urged to regularly visit this website in order to be informed about any updates on changes to our privacy policies. You will be deemed to have acknowledged and accepted any changes to this Policy by continuing to use the Site after they have been implemented. Your sole alternatives are to stop using the Site and change your browser settings to block cookies if you disagree with the terms outlined in this Policy.

The guidelines governing the use of cookies on this website are outlined in this document, which also implements the definitions and explanations included in our Privacy Statement.

  • What cookies are
  • What cookies are used on the Site when you use it
  • How cookies are used on the Site by third parties
  • Your cookie options
  • Interest-Based Advertising
  1. What are cookies?

When you visit a website, a little text file called a "cookie" could be placed into your browser to identify you as a user while safeguarding your personal data. The cookies perform a number of functions, such as enabling the distribution of advertisements and behavioral advertising, supplying analytical data, supporting certain services, and preserving user preferences.

Session cookies and persistent cookies are the two different categories of cookies. Persistent cookies stay in the browser until they are manually erased or reach their predefined expiration date, while session cookies are automatically wiped from the browser when it is closed. The biscuits have set expiration dates, which can be anywhere from a few minutes to a few years.

Cookies placed on a user's browser's hard disk by a website are known as first-party cookies. Nevertheless, cookies made by a domain different from the one being accessed are referred to as "third-party cookies."

Pixel tags and cookies collaborate closely on our websites. It's probable that when you were browsing the internet, you came across clear GIFs, web beacons, and pixel tags on several different websites. Together with cookies, these pixels allow us to assess the actions and preferences of users who are sent to our website from different sources. Pixel tags are utilized by both us and our business partners for a number of purposes, such as Retargeting (as detailed in our Privacy Statement) and other interest-based advertising (as detailed in Section 5).

  1. What cookies are used for when I use the Site?

It is possible for us or a third party to store cookies in your browser if you use our website or any of our services. For further details on the precise types of cookies used and the related duration of their usage, please refer to our Privacy Statement.

Among the various tasks that cookies can complete are the following:

First-party cookies are necessary for the functioning of several website services, such as persistent sign-in and successful transaction processing.

Using analytics cookies, we gather usage data from users of the Site(s) in order to improve its functioning and assess its effectiveness. Furthermore, these cookies may be utilized for A/B testing, which compares user responses to different versions of ads, websites, or features. Analytics cookies come in two varieties: first-party and third-party.

Cookies that are used by websites to store user preferences are sometimes called "preference cookies."

Third-party cookies are placed on users' computers by advertising networks or platforms. They are sometimes known as "behavioral" or "targeted" advertising cookies. These tools are primarily used to: (i) make it easier for adverts to be displayed and assess their effectiveness; and (ii) show you advertisements that are customized to your interests and preferences based on your online activity.

  1. How do third parties use cookies on the Sites?

Cookies are essential to the collection of anonymised user data used for a number of applications, including ad networks, analytics, and third-party services. These businesses use cookies to track and analyze user activity on the Site and to see how they behave when they visit other websites afterwards. After being anonymized, the collected data is utilized to learn more about user behavior and preferences, which makes it easier to provide more highly targeted services and advertisements.

A user can set their web browser to erase existing cookies and refuse to accept new ones if they have an overall dislike of cookies or an aversion to a particular kind of cookie. Kindly refer to the documentation provided by your web browser for comprehensive guidance on accomplishing this task. Notably, you might experience difficulties accessing specific areas of our websites, preserving your preferences, and making use of specific services if you decide to remove or reject our cookies.

The privacy statement of each third party provides details on how to turn off its cookies.

  1. How to manage cookies?

The usage of cookies can improve the user's experience on our website and with our services, as explained in the Cookie Policy. If you decide to turn off cookies, there's a chance that the functionality of our website will work incorrectly or with limits.

How to disable behaviorally targeted advertising cookies

Visit for further information if you live in the European Union and are worried about cookies that are used in behaviorally targeted advertising. Similarly, users in the US can learn more about these cookies—which show advertising depending on how you use the website and other websites—by going to You can manage your advertising preferences in respect to these activities with the help of these sites, which offer options and information.

Here are some tips for changing your browser's cookie settings.

Google Chrome:

Find and pick the wrench icon from the browser's toolbar to access the desired function. In order to access the setting options, please select "Settings". Click this link to examine more options. It says "Show advanced settings." Click the 'Content settings' icon to view the "Privacy" section.

Select "Allow local data to be set" under the "Cookies" section to enable cookies. This will enable the use of first-party and third-party cookies. To help ensure that first-party cookies are accepted exclusively, select "Block all third-party cookies without exception".

Choose the 'Block sites from setting any data' option under the "Cookies" section to disable cookies.

Chrome allows you to activate and deactivate cookies at different levels. To learn more about Chrome's cookie settings, see this Google page: 

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0:

To access the desired menu, please pick the 'Tools' icon located at the top of your browser window. Kindly choose 'Internet Options' from the available options. You can find the 'Privacy' tab by opening the settings window and selecting it from the menu.

Please move the slider to the "Medium" or lower level to enable cookies.

To truly stop all cookies from being accepted, turn the toggle all the way up.

Keep in mind that Explorer allows you to activate and deactivate cookies at several levels. Further details regarding the cookie settings accessible in Internet Explorer can be found on Microsoft's website at

Microsoft Edge

Find the "More actions" icon on the toolbar and click it to open up more options. The drop-down menu's "Settings" option should be selected. Scroll down and pick the "View advanced settings" option. Instead of banning all cookies by default, users can choose to block only third-party cookies in the Cookies section. Please start a Microsoft Edge browser restart.

Mozilla Firefox

Please pick 'Tools' from the menu bar to see the browser options. Pick 'Options' from the menu that descends. Kindly check out the Privacy section.

To enable cookies, please make sure that "Accept cookies from sites" is chosen.

Users can deselect the 'Accept cookies for sites' option in order to disable cookies.

Keep in mind that Firefox has several levels of cookie enablement and disablement. For additional information, visit the Mozilla page at


Please use the browser menu to select "Settings" in order to access the setup options. From there, navigate to the "Quick Preferences" area.

To enable cookies, please make sure that the "Enable Cookies" option is chosen.

Deselect the "Enable Cookies" option to turn off cookies.

Keep in mind that Opera provides several levels of cookie enablement and disablement. For additional information about the various cookie settings that Opera Software offers, see their website at

Safari on OSX

Please pick the 'Safari' option from the menu bar to access Safari's options. Choose 'Preferences' using the drop-down menu. Kindly choose the 'Security' menu item.

In order to accept cookies, go to "Accept cookies" and choose "Only from the website you are currently visiting."

Go to the 'Accept cookies' box and choose 'Never' to turn off cookies.

Safari allows you to activate and deactivate cookies at different levels. Further details about Safari's cookie settings can be found on the Apple website at

Every other browser

Please get in touch with the browser's supplier or utilize the "help" feature of the browser.

  1. How to manage your cookies?

Most web browsers allow cookies by default, so users don't need to do anything. Nevertheless, you can change the browser's settings to stop cookies from being accepted or to ask for permission before accepting them. 

The point being stated, it is important to know that blocking our cookies can make it less enjoyable for you to browse our website. This could entail tailored data and content or limited access to particular areas.

  1. Interest-Based Advertising

As marketers, we use interest-based advertising supplied by vendors to present tailored messages and content according to a person's specific interests. However, it should be noted that the Site is not liable for the actions or policies of third parties, including the way in which they utilize cookies or other technologies to provide services like email, mobile, or online advertising.

Kindly send an email to [email protected] with any questions you may have about our cookie policy.