Last updated: 28 July 2023
1. What are Cookies?
A cookie is a text-only set of information which is transferred to the cookie file of the browser on your computer's hard disk to enable the website to identify you when you visit again and to store certain data about you. This may contain the pages you have visited, selections you have made from menus, any specific information you have added to the forms and the time and date of your visit.
2. Types of Cookies
There are two major types of cookies:
Session cookies: These are short-term cookies that abolish at the end of a browser session when you leave the website. Session cookies permit the website to identify you as you surf between the pages during a single browser session and permit you to use the website most efficiently. For instance, session cookies enable a website to evoke that a user has placed items in an online shopping basket.
Persistent cookies: In contrast to session cookies, persistent cookies are kept on your device during browsing sessions until expiry or removal. Therefore, they enable the website to "recognize" you on your revisit, keep your preferences, and modify the facilities to you.
Apart from session cookies and persistent cookies, other cookies may be considered by the website which you have selected to visit, such as this website, to deliver third parties with information or us.
We use or may use in future, the following sorts of cookies on this website. We use session cookies to:
Uphold the safety and authenticate your particulars when you visit the website as you surf from page to page, which allows you not to re-enter your details each time you enter a new page.
We use persistent cookies to:
Identify you as a unique client when you revisit our website so that you do not have to provide your details multiple times as you move through our pages or services. Reminisce how you have adapted your use of this website, like your preferred currency and time zone. Collect and process anonymous, aggregated information for statistical and assessment tenacities to enable us to recognize how customers use the website and motive us to expand the structure of our website.
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