Last updated: September 2020
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What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file that is downloaded to your device when you visit a website and collects information about your visit, such as the IP address of your computer, the pages you view or the links you click. This information is then sent back to the website each time you visit, or to other websites you visit that recognize the cookie. To learn more about cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
You can choose whether to accept cookies by changing the settings on your browser. However, if you disable this function, your experience on a Site may be diminished and some features will not work as intended.
Cookies are useful because they help users navigate a website efficiently and perform certain functions. They can also generally help us to improve user experience, for example, by remembering your preferences or helping to indicate what areas of the site need improvement.
What Cookies do we use?
There are two primary types of cookies. “First Party cookies” are cookies that are set by the website owner. “Third party cookies” are cookies that enable third party features or functionality such as advertising and analytics on the site you are browsing.
The specific types of first and third party cookies that are used on this site are detailed below:
These cookies are strictly necessary to navigate the Site and provide you with services and functionality required for the website to function as intended. These cookies do not store personally identifiable information. You can block or delete these cookies by changing your browser settings, however parts of the site may not work as a result.
These cookies are used to enhance the performance and functionality of our Site. For example, we use a cookie that remembers your location and language preferences. These cookies are not required to use the site, however, it’s likely your overall experience on the site will be degraded without them.
Advertising (Targeting) Cookies
We partner with third parties to display advertising on other sites. These cookies help make advertising messages more relevant to you and your interests based on your interests and browsing history.
How to opt-out
Some web browsers allow you to enable a “do not track” feature within the browser, which sends a signal to the website and web services to stop tracking your activity. You can also remove cookies that have been stored on your browser. For more information, visit www.allaboutcookies.org. You can opt-out of having your information collected by Google Analytics specifically by clicking here.