What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files or information saved on your computer or mobile device (such as a smartphone or tablet) when you visit our site. Cookies usually contain the name of the websites they come from, their "lifetime" (such as how long the cookie will stay on your device), and a value consisting of a randomly assigned number.
Which Cookies Do We Use?
Functionality Cookie (These types of cookies collect information about user behavior. All information is collected anonymously and functionality cookies cannot track the user's activities on other websites.)
This cookie is used by Google Analytics to distinguish between users and sessions. Cookies are updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.
How Do I Control Cookies?
Most internet browsers are set to accept cookies automatically. However, in the vast majority of internet browsers, it is possible to choose settings such as blocking cookies or warning you before they are placed on your device.
In addition to the options above, you can reject, accept or remove cookies from the Site you use at any time by activating the settings. Information on how to enable, disable or remove cookies is available on the Help screen on the Internet browser provider's website.
However, you should be aware that not all features of the Sites will work as intended if Cookies are disabled or removed. For example, you may not be able to visit some parts of the Site or access personalized data on the Site.
If you use different devices (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) to view the Sites, you should make sure that all your devices are set according to the same cookie options.