To make your experience on our websites much better, our web pages use “cookies”. Cookies are small text files that are place in your computer’s browser to store your preferences. Cookies do not; tell us your email address or other personal information unless you choose to give this information to us by, for an example, by registering at one of our sites. Once you choose to give a web page with personal information, this information may be linked to the data stored in the cookie. A cookie is like an identification card. It is unique to your computer and can only be read by the server that gave it to you.

We use cookies to understand site usage and to improve the content and offerings on our sites. For example, cookies can be use to personalise your experience on our web pages (e.g. to recognise you by name when you return to our site). We also may use cookies to offer you products and services.

These cookies are use to save your time as they help us to remember who you are. Also they are more efficient to helps us to learn that what content is important to you and what is not. With the help of cookies, we can examine or remove web pages that are not of interest and focus on content you want.

If you want to accesses which cookies you accept. Configure your browser to accept all cookies or to give alerts to you every time a cookie is offered by a website’s server. Most browsers are automatically accepting the cookies. You can set your browser option so that you will not receive cookies and you can also delete existing cookies from your browser. If you have refused cookies, you may find that some parts of the site will not function properly

Please be aware that if you do not configure, by default your browser will accept cookies provided by this website.

To see cookies that you have accepted, you can configure your browser to accept all cookies or to alert you every time a cookie is offered by a website’s server.

There are small pieces of software code called “web beacons” or “clear gifs” to collect anonymous and aggregate advertising matrix, such as promotion views, counting page views, or advertising responses. A web beacon is an electronic image, called a clear GIF or single-pixel. It can recognise certain types of information on user’s computer, such as a user’s Cookie number, time and date of a page view and description of the page where the web beacon is placed. You may provide some web beacons unusable if you choose to reject their related cookies. These web beacons may be use to deliver cookies that conform with our Cookie Policy.