1.What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small often encrypted text files, located in browser directories that many internet sites automatically download to a user’s computer, phone or tablet’s hard disk. Cookies are primarily used in helping web sites recognise a user who has previously visited the website and by doing so helps simplify the logging on process for registered users. Cookies can be temporary (e.g. session cookies) or permanent (e.g. persistent cookies).
Accepting cookies in not mandatory however, when you choose not to accept cookies, then you may experience a reduced Site functionality and or may be prevented form using the Site. For turning off automatic download feature, kindly read the relevant information that’s provided with your browser. For more information about cookies, including how to set your internet browser to reject cookies, please go to www.allaboutcookies.org.
2.What cookies will the site use and for what purposes?
The Site uses Advertising Cookies i.e. these cookies use information about your visit to this and other websites, such as the pages you visit, your use of our service or your response to ads and emails, to deliver ads that are more relevant to you. These types of ads are called “Interest-Based Advertising.” Many of the advertising cookies associated with our service belong to our Service Providers
Web Beacons and other Technologies
Web beacons (also known as clear gifs or pixel tags) often work in conjunction with cookies. We and our Service Providers may use them for similar purposes as cookies, such as to understand and enhance the use of our service, improve site performance, monitor visitor traffic and actions on our site, and understand interactions with our marketing (including email and online ads on third party sites). Because web beacons often work in conjunction with cookies, in many cases, declining cookies will impair the effectiveness of web beacons
We use other technologies that are similar to cookies, such as browser storage and plugins (e.g., HTML5, Indexed DB, and WebSQL). Like cookies, some of these technologies may store small amounts of data on your device. We may use these and various other technologies for similar purposes as cookies, such as to enforce our terms, prevent fraud, and analyse the use of our service. There are a number of ways to exercise choice regarding these technologies. For example, many popular browsers provide the ability to clear browser storage, commonly in the settings or preferences area; see your browser’s help function or support area to learn more.
3.How long will the cookies remain on my computer?
The cookies will remain in the cookies file of your browser after the closing of the browser, and will become active again when the Site is reopened, until removed. The cookie(s) can be deleted at any time by you. The cookie(s) will not collect any information when you are not accessing the Site.
4.Third party cookies
The single session and persistent cookies are provided on our behalf by a trusted third party service provider to aid in the reporting of user behaviour on the Site. This behaviour is analysed to provide an improved user experience. The information collected is not linked to personally identifiable information.
5.Changes and Updates