Cookies Policy

What Are Cookies?

A “cookie” is a small piece of information stored on your computer’s hard drive that records your interactions with a website. This enables the website to offer personalized options based on your previous visits. Cookies are widely used for traffic analysis, advertising, and marketing purposes, and they are employed by nearly all websites without causing harm to your system. To manage your cookie preferences, you can typically adjust settings within your browser. Keep in mind that blocking all cookies, including essential ones, may affect your ability to access certain parts of our site, impacting our capacity to provide enhanced, free content in the future.

How We Use Cookies

We use cookies to track your usage of our website, allowing us to understand patterns and behaviors. This information assists us in enhancing our website, optimizing free content, and tailoring products or services to your needs and preferences. Cookies can be categorized as session cookies (temporary and automatically deleted when you close your browser) or persistent cookies (stored as files on your computer). We utilize persistent cookies for analytical tools like Google Analytics, Clicky, Momently, and others.

Cookies are further classified as follows:

  • Strictly Necessary Cookies: Essential for effective website usage, such as purchasing products or services. These cannot be turned off and do not collect marketing-related information or track internet activity.

  • Performance Cookies: Enable us to monitor and improve website performance, counting visits, identifying traffic sources, and highlighting popular site sections.

  • Functionality Cookies: Allow the website to remember your choices and provide enhanced features, such as personalized news or updates. Information collected is typically anonymized.

Please note that third-party advertisers on our website may use cookies (analytical/performance or targeting cookies) over which we have no control. These cookies contribute to the site’s operation and our ability to offer high-quality, free content. Learn more in our disclosure.