Our Cookies Policy explains what cookies are, how we employ cookies, your rights regarding our use of them, and additional information about cookies.
2. What are Cookies? Cookies are small text files sent to your web browser by a website you visit. A cookie file is stored in your web browser and allows the Service or a third-party to recognize you and optimize your next visit to make the Service more personalized and useful to you. Cookies are typically categorized as “first-party” or “third-party”. Within these categories, they can be further classified as “persistent” or “session”. For a more detailed explanation of the different types of cookies we use, please refer to the section titled “Additional Information Regarding Cookies”.
4. Your Rights Regarding Cookies If you choose to refuse or to delete cookies, please visit your web browser’s help menu for instructions on how to do so. Please be aware, however, that if you delete cookies or refuse them, you may experience reduced functionality and reduced access to our Service.
5. Additional Information About Cookies As mentioned previously in this document, there are different types of cookies utilized for various purposes. They include but are not limited to the following: (i) First-party: These cookies are created by the services or websites that the user visits directly. They are typically used in the following instances: (a) Determining whether a user is logged-in (b) Remembering previous log-in data (c) Recording acceptance of Terms of Service (d) Providing support (ii) Third-party: These cookies are created by websites or services that a user has not visited directly. They are typically used for the following: (a) Analysis and statistics (b) Marketing (c) Payment systems (d) Communication (e) Advertising (iii) Persistent: These cookies are stored in a user’s web browser or hard drive until they expire or are deleted by the user. They are generally used to enhance a user’s experience by remembering authentications, log-in information, preferences, etc… (iv) Session: These cookies are typically stored in a web browser’s temporary memory and are not retained once the browsing session has terminated. They are used to recognize a user within a website so that any data selection, item, or page changes can be remembered as a user moves throughout the site.