What are cookies?
"Cookies" are small pieces of data that a website stores on your computer via your browser. They retain information pertaining only to your preferences and do not include your personal data.
What are Cookies used for?
Cookies help determine how often a website is used and in what manner, and allow for quicker and more efficient navigation by eliminating the need to have the same information repeatedly registered in each visit.
Categories of cookies used on this web page:
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies allow users to navigate the website and use its applications, as well as access secure areas. Without these cookies, the services you have requested could not be provided.
These cookies are used anonymously for statistics gathering purposes to improve the functionality of the website.
These cookies store users' preferences on how they use a site so that each time a visit is made, these preferences don't have to be configured anew.
Google Analytics Cookie
Google Analytics is a tool for gathering information on how a website is used. This information is gathered anonymously and used for generating reports on website visits so as to improve a website's functionalities.
How are cookies managed?
All browsers allow users to accept, decline or delete cookies by selecting the appropriate settings in their browsers. Cookies can be configured under your browser's "options" or "preferences" menu. However, disabling cookies may affect the proper functioning of a website's features and have a partial or total impact on navigation.
Users can disable cookies on this web page at any time by altering their browser settings.
What happens when a cookie is disabled?
Some features and services may stop functioning or behave in unexpected ways. For example, a user's identification may no longer register on some pages or the site may stop receiving information about a user's location. If you choose to disable cookies on this web page, you will probably lose access to specific areas and the quality of your navigation experience will likely be considerably lower.
For more information on cookies, visit: www.allaboutcookies.org