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    1. Summary

    Cookies are pieces of information that a website transfers to your hard drive to store and sometimes track information about you. Cookies are common and won’t do anything to harm your system – they simply store or gather information. They help you to get the most out of your visit to our website.

    We may collect information about your computer including, where available, your IP address, operating system, and browser type for system administration as part of our audit trail process. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but if you prefer, you can change your browser to prevent that. You are not obliged to accept cookies and you can adjust your browser’s setting to prevent it from accepting cookies on your computer. Please note you may not be able to take full advantage of our website if you do so.

    Cookies are specific to the server that created them and cannot be accessed by other servers, which means they cannot be used to track your movements around the web. Although they can be used to store information which may identify a user’s computer, cookies do not personally identify users and passwords, and credit card information are not stored in cookies.

    We use Cookies on the site to collect anonymous data about our visitors, and we use this data to improve our services to you. We never track our website users for the purposes of displaying targeted advertising. By using the website, you agree to our use of Cookies.


    1. Cookies we use

    We may use the following type of cookies

    1. Performance cookies. These cookies collect information about how you use our web pages. This data can be used to improve and optimise our website and make it more user-friendly for you.
    2. Functionality cookies. These cookies allow our web pages to remember the choices you made during your search on the web. We can save your geographic location in a cookie to ensure that we show you the web pages that are relevant to your area
    • Third-party cookies. Third-party cookies are cookies placed by web pages and/or by non-parties. These cookies can be used on our website to improve our services, or to help us deliver more relevant advertising. These cookies are subject to the respective Privacy Policy that these external services have.
    1. Analysis cookies. We use analytical cookies, such as those provided by Google Analytics, to help us understand things such as how long a visitor stays on our web pages. To learn more about Google Analytics and your data, visit this Google web page.


    1. Your rights in terns of our Cookie Policy

    With reservation for applicable local legislations, you can do this in the following ways:

    1. You can request a copy of the personal data that we hold about you
    2. You can notify us of any changes to your personal data or that you would like us to make a correction to any of the personal data we hold about you.
    • In certain situations, you may request deletion, blocking or restriction of the personal data we hold about you or raise objections to specific ways in which we use your personal data


    1. Control your settings for cookies


    Most web browsers allow you to manage cookies through their settings. However, if you limit the website’s ability to place cookies, your overall user experience may be impaired. Some browsers provide Do Not Track (DNT) signals by which you can notify your preferences regarding tracking your internet activity and cross-site tracking. Although we currently do not use technologies that recognise DNT signals, we will only process your personal data in accordance with our current Privacy Policy. You can learn more below about how to control cookie settings on popular web browsers:


    Google Chrome


    Internet Explorer






    1. Pixels

    In addition to cookies, we may occasionally use small graphic images known as pixels (also known as web beacons, clear GIFs, or pixel tags). We use pixels in our e-mail communication to you (if you have chosen to receive such communication) to help us know if our e-mail communication has been read. In addition, we use pixels from third parties (such as from Google, Facebook, and other advertising networks) to help us deliver ads that are relevant to you.

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