What is a Cookie?
A Cookie is a file that contains a small amount of information. When you visit the website, this file will be downloaded to your device. On each subsequent visit, the Cookie is sent to the original website, or to another website that recognizes the Cookie. Cookies can accomplish many different useful tasks, such as remembering your preferences and improving your Internet experience in general.
Session and persistent cookies
Session cookies exist only for the duration of access and are deleted when the browser is closed. These cookies help with tasks such as allowing a website to determine that users of a particular device are navigating between pages, and supporting site security or basic functions.
Persistent cookies persist after the browser is closed, allowing websites to remember your actions and preferences. Sometimes, persistent cookies are used by websites to serve targeted ads based on a device's browsing history.
What if I don't want to accept cookies?
The cookies we use fall into four categories
Necessary Cookies - These cookies are necessary to help you access and browse our website and use all its features. Without these cookies, our website will not function properly and you will not be able to use certain important features. They don't collect information about you for marketing purposes.
Performance cookies - These cookies collect information about how visitors use the site, such as which pages visitors visit most often, and whether visitors experience errors in the pages. While they may collect the IP addresses of the devices that visitors use to visit websites, they do not collect the information that would identify them. All information collected is anonymous and used solely to improve the performance of the site, improve the user experience, and optimize our advertising.
Functional cookies - These cookies allow websites to remember the choices you have made, such as your username. They can also be used to provide the services you request, such as watching videos. They collect information anonymously (that is, they don't include your name, address, and so on) and they don't track your browsing activity on other sites.
Targeted cookies - These cookies collect some information about your browsing habits. They are usually delivered through advertising networks. They remember the sites you visit and share that information with other organizations, such as media publishers, so they can serve you targeted ads that are more relevant to you and your interests.
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