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Cookies Policy

Last Updated:  April 23rd, 2019

  1. General Information

A cookie is a unique piece of information which is saved in your web browser when you access a website or online service, content, or ads. Cookies allow service providers to collect information about your use of an online service over time. Your web browser is likely set to automatically accept and store cookies by default; however, you may disable cookies by accessing your browser and changing your settings. Additionally, you may set your web browser to notify you each time a cookie is saved. You can learn more about cookies by visiting the following website: http://www.allaboutcookies.org.

  1. Our use of Cookies

We use cookies to collect data which allows us to improve our services. We use cookies generally for the following purposes: (a) authentication purposes, sign-in, login; (b) service improvement, security, and integrity; (c) storing your preferences and settings; (d) monitoring our services.

We may use two types of cookies: Session Cookies and Persistent Cookies. Session Cookies temporarily remain in your web browser and are deleted once you leave our website. Enabling or allowing Session Cookies will not allow your personal information to be stored; however, they contain a unique visitor identification number which we may use to customize our services for you. Persistent Cookies, on the other hand, remain in your browser after you leave our website. Persistent Cookies do not store any personal information and are used to remember your preferences regarding our services.  

  1. Other Automatically Collected Information
  • Log Files and Device Information

This includes information such as your IP address, type of browser, referring domain, the pages you visit on our website, and any search terms. We may also collect information about which device you use to connect to our services. 

  • Third-Party Analytics Tools

We may use third-party analytics tools such as Google Analytics to collect information about how you engage with our services. Analytics tools generally use cookies and collect information including interests, demographics, search terms, frequency of visits, which pages are visited, and websites used prior to your arrival at our site. This information is used to improve our services over time. Google’s use of your information is governed by Google Analytics Terms of Use and the Google Partner Privacy Policy. You may prevent Google Analytics from recognizing your web browser when you visit our site by disabling cookies.