Cookie Policy


We will use cookies, web radar, tracking pixels, and other forms of monitoring and change, the “Last Updated” date. All changes will be implemented immediately following an update. You will not be receiving any specific notification about changes, only that a change has occurred.

We encourage every visitor to review our Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy to stay informed on changes. As you continue to visit our website, we deem you to have been made aware of, will be a part of, and will have accepted all our policies, including our Cookie Policy, after this document has been updated and posted.

Use of Cookies

For your information, a “cookie” is a string of data with a unique identifier that can be stored on your computer. Your browser then sends that unique identifier to use each time you visit our site. We may use this information for various tasks such as keeping track of what you do, keeping track of preferences and login information, etc. Overall, Cookies help in improving how the site runs and improving user experience.

Types of Cookies

The table below will list the types of cookies being used on our site currently. We will show future changes in the table.


Cookie Name Cookie Task
Advertising Cookies ●      Placed by advertisers and ad servers

●      Display ads that might interest you

●      Gather your preference for advertisers

●      Track how frequent an ad is

●      Track who viewed an ad

●      No personal information gathered

Analytics Cookies ●      Monitor how a user reaches a site

●      Monitor which part of the site is visited

●      Tracks which features are working

●      Trails which feature need change

Our Cookies ●      A “first-party cookies.”

●      Either permanent or temporary

●      Necessary for a site to work

●      It can be manually disabled

Personalization Cookies ●      Help recognize repeat visitors

●      Record browsing history

●      Record pages visited

●      Record settings and preferences

Security Cookies ●      Identify and prevent security risks

●      Authenticate users and protect data

Site Management Cookies ●      Maintains user identity

●      Maintain session if falsely logged out

●      Retain information from page to page

●      It can’t be turned off individually

Third-Party Cookies ●      Placed by companies that offer particular service

●      Allows the third party to gather user information

●      It can be manually disabled

Control of Cookies

Most browsers are set to accept cookies automatically. But it can be stopped or removed in the browser’s settings. However, be aware that this can lead to not being able to visit certain sites or use certain services.


Also, you can disable some third-party cookies using certain online tools.


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