What are cookies? You might ask
Cookies are text files that are stored on your computer by the browsers that you use when online.
What are they used for?
Cookies are used to store browser activity such as: if you’ve logged into a site your details are remembered and to track web visitor counts et cetera. Cookies don’t actually store your personal details as such. They store computer and browser types rather than your complete personal details.
We continuously seek updates and notifications to any changes to Cookie Policies where such updates will be posted here.
We may extract/collect information automatically when you visit our website.
Cookies provide us with information such as: your device identity, browser activity, and details of the last time you visited our website.
Below are a list of cookies we may use right now on our site or sometime in the future:
This information is mainly about pages that are viewed on our website, browsing behaviour (how visitors move around our website). Personalized cookies can help our website to provide our visitors with content based on what our personalized statistics tell us. In other words – so we can provide you, the visitor, with a better understanding of what content we can best serve you with.
These cookies can help us better understand how visitors navigate around our website.
Example: Facebook. We may also use other Third-party servers and applications such as video and other means of social sharing.
Our website may use ad campaigns whereby cookies may be used.
*Cookies do not and cannot identify an individual by means of personal details. Cookies are used to gather internet behaviour and to pin-point details such as: what type of device the visitor is using (operating systems), I.P. address, geographical location and browsing activity.
There is every chance your preferred internet browser that you use (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Android), et cetera automatically accepts cookies but you may change those settings at any time by visiting your browser’s website’s settings.
Most internet browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can change the settings of your browser to erase cookies or prevent automatic acceptance if you prefer.
These links explain how you can control cookies via your browser - remember that if you turn off cookies in your browser then these settings apply to all websites not just this one:
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