If you’re on our website, you’ve undoubtedly encountered the “accept cookies” pop-ups.
And aside from trying to figure out how to hit “accept” or get rid of them, you are also probably wondering, “What are cookies anyway?”
Cookies are small text files sent to your computer or phone by the website's server once you visit any Site.
Cookies are like a written record of your visit to a website that may contain details about your
- Identifier- name and email address
- Registration details- email address or phone number.
- Last visit time.
- Pages viewed.
- Transaction data- purchases and subscriptions
- Geolocation or other information that shows your location
When you browse our Site, you may encounter two types of cookies: first-party cookies, set by the Site you visit, and third-party cookies, which advertisers place.
Third-party cookies allow advertisers to track your interests and serve targeted ads even after you leave the initial website. (This is how ads follow you across the internet.)
- Remember your preferences
- Maintain session information
- Provide personalized content
- Gather anonymous analytics data to improve website performance.
First-party cookies help us enhance your browsing experience, making your overall experience smoother and more user-friendly.
Remember, third-party cookies employ advanced user analytics and are primarily utilized for commercial purposes. They serve as a means for companies to advertise to you across the Internet, extending beyond a single website.
You can control cookies according to your preferences (accept or reject). By adjusting your cookie settings on the Cookie Consent Manager, you can determine how we handle cookies when you visit our Site.
This control empowers you to manage your privacy and online browsing experience in alignment with your personal choices.
You can also delete our cookies or turn off future cookies. However, you may need help accessing certain areas or features of our Services, or some functionality may be affected.
The process of controlling cookies differs based on browser versions and updates. Here’s a general guide on how to manage cookies on different browsers:
- Chrome: Visit the Chrome Help Center or navigate to Settings > Privacy and Security > Cookies and other site data to manage cookie settings.
- Internet Explorer: Check the Internet Explorer Help Center or access Tools > Internet Options > Privacy to adjust cookie settings.
- Firefox: Refer to the Firefox Help Center or go to Options > Privacy & Security > Cookies and Site Data to control cookie preferences.
- Safari: Go to Safari > Preferences > Privacy to manage cookie settings for Safari on macOS. On iOS devices, go to Settings > Safari > Privacy & Security.
- Edge: Visit the Microsoft Edge Help Center or use Settings > Privacy, search, and Services> Cookies and Site permissions to control cookie preferences.
Opera: Check the Opera Help Center or use Settings > Advanced > Privacy & Security > Cookies to manage cookie settings.
We might use other tracking technologies similar to cookies to collect and store your information, such as clear gifs, pixels, web beacons, and tags.
They allow us to:
- Monitor users' movement from one page within our Site to another.
- Deliver or interact with cookies.
- Determine if a visitor came to our Site from an advertisement on a third-party website.
- Enhance site performance.
- Measure the success of email marketing campaigns.
These technologies rely on cookies to operate effectively; disabling cookies will render them less effective.
Our targeted advertisements, facilitated by cookies, aim to present you with ads that align more closely with your interests compared to non-targeted advertisements.