What is a cookie?
Cookies cannot damage your files or increase the risk of viruses affecting your computer.
Each cookie is unique to your browser and contains certain anonymous information. A cookie typically contains the name of the domain it comes from, the cookie lifetime and a certain value (usually a randomly generated number).
We may use the following types of cookies:
Types of cookies
These cookies are strictly necessary for the Website to perform its functions. We use these cookies for purposes such as:
- authenticate and identify our users when they use our Website so that we can provide our services;
- maintain our capability to comply with the General Terms and ensure the security of our services.
The following are the main types of cookies typically used by websites
These are temporary cookies which stay in the Cookies folder of your computer only for the duration of your visit and are deleted as soon as you close the browser.
These cookies continue to reside in the Cookies folder of your computer after the browser is closed, sometimes for a period of one year or more (the exact period will depend on the lifetime of the particular cookie). Persistent cookies are used when the website operator needs to know who you are for more than one surfing session (for example, in order to remember your user name or your personal preferences for the operator’s website).
These cookies are deposited in your browser and/or hard disk by the actual website you visit. This includes an assignment of your personal ID in order to track your navigation in the website concerned. Website operators often use first-party cookies for session management and authentication purposes.
These are cookies used by third parties such as social media to keep track of your visits in websites where they place their advertisements. The website operator cannot control third-party cookies.
How to delete cookies?
You can choose whether to accept cookies or not. You may tell your browser to notify you each time when it is about to receive a cookie. Thus, you will be able to accept or reject a particular cookie. You may also tell your computer to reject all cookies. To find out how you can do this, please visit aboutcookies.org. Please note that if you disable the Cookies function of your browser some parts of our Website may not function properly.
Amendments to our Cookies Policy
All future amendments to our Cookies Policy will be published on this page. Where appropriate, we will notify you of any amendments by email in accordance with the General Terms. All amendments come into force immediately except for existing clients. Amendments will apply to existing clients 30 days after their publication unless provided otherwise.
This Cookies Policy was last updated on 20 May 2018.