What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files containing a string of numbers and letters that are placed on your hard disk every time you visit a certain webpage. These files allow to identify your browser when you visit the same website again. Cookies can store user settings and other information. You can set your browser to reject all cookies or to notify you when you receive a cookie.
Please note however that some website features or services may not function properly without cookies. Any data collected in this manner cannot be used to individually identify website users. Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer.
Our pages use "session" cookies to remember for example your language choices and display preferences (such as contrast color settings or font size). These cookies are deleted from your computer when you close your browser.
We also use a limited number of persistent cookies. These remain stored on your computer until you delete them, or until they expire, usually after a short period of time going.
The majority of the cookies we use are of the analytic type, which count number of users, help us to understand how they navigate our site and
improve the way it works, for instance by making search results more accurate. We also use certain cookies for publicity purposes, so that we
can more efficiently manage the presentation of our products on other platforms where users may request services, such as Facebook.
The Following Cookies are Used in the Site:
|Helps to identify visitors. Used for anonymous internal statistics of the use of the website.
|Third-party cookies. Helps to identify visitors.
|Helps to identify sessions of visitors.
|Helps to remember information about visitor.
|Third party pixels help us to reach our existing audience on Facebook and supply them with relevant
content. These are maintained for between 30 and 180 days. For more information on Facebook's cookies usage please
visit their policy:
How to control cookies / Turning off Cookies
You can opt out of Facebook Pixel cookies by visiting the Adverts tab in your Facebook profile settings.
If you have questions about this Cookies Policy or the way personal information is processed or used in connection with the use of our Software Applications or websites, please contact us. Your request must include your name and other information needed for the identification, as well as for the full and complete processing of your request.