1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small, usually randomly encoded, text files intended to store basic information (such as visitor preferences). The cookie file is created by web browsing and is transmitted and processed by the web browser software on your computer (or from another device you use to access the website, including, without limitation, mobile devices and tablets). The resulting file is stored in the installation directory or subfolder of your web browser (cache). Your web browser accesses this file when you visit the website that originally created the cookie.
2. Types of cookies
2.1. The cookies described below are used to improve the website and do not contain any personal information that would allow us to identify you (for example, your name or other contact details), although cookies allow us to distinguish you from others site visitors, identifying repeat visitors, the type of content and sites your visitor associates, the duration of each visitor session on a particular part of the website, and the specific functionality that visitors choose to use.
2.2. There are four types of cookies that can be used during your visit to the website:
(a) Session cookies that are only temporary stored during a browsing session and deleted from your device when the browser is closed;
(b) Persistent cookies that are stored on your computer for a certain period of time (usually one year) and are not deleted when the browser is closed. They serve your individualization as a visitor every time you use the same computer to visit the website;
(c) First-party cookies that are set by the website and can only be read from the website; and
(d) Third-party cookies that are being set by another organization, other than us, as a third-party analyst that creates their own cookies to perform this service.
2.3. By using this site, you agree to use the following cookies:
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||Collection of non-personalized statistics
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||Website usage statistics
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||Statistics and Ads
Third party cookies
2.5. You can change your cookie settings at any time by following the tips in paragraph 3 below.
3. How to Disable cookies?
3.1. You may accept or stop storing cookies on your device at any time by changing the settings in your web browser to reflect your cookie preferences. Please refer to the browser instructions or the Browser Help feature to show you how. Alternatively, use an online tool to help you refuse the collection and use of information by visitinghttp://www.aboutads.info/choices/.
Please note that you may not be able to use all of the interactive features of the website and content if cookies are disabled.
3.2. To opt out of Google Analytics tracking websites, visithttp://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.