1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file of information that your browser automatically stores on your computer’s hard drive or mobile device when accessing our Website. Cookies identify your computer or mobile device, not the individual user, by storing basic information enabling us to recognize prior visits to our website. These cookies, read only by the server that placed them, do not introduce viruses or extract personal data. They are employed solely for the purposes outlined in this section. To deliver Services, we utilize first-party session and persistent cookies, as well as third-party persistent cookies. Session cookies are automatically removed upon closing your web browser, while persistent cookies remain until automatic expiration or manual deletion from your browser.
2. Types of cookies we use
3. How to control cookies?
While most web browsers automatically accept cookies, you have the option to modify browser settings or use specific software to control acceptance. You can disable cookies or receive alerts when they are sent. Blocking our cookies may disable certain Website features. It's possible to block cookie activity from specific Websites while allowing cookies from trusted sites. You have the flexibility to control and/or delete cookies as desired—visit AllAboutCookies.org for more information. You can delete existing cookies on your computer and configure most browsers to prevent future placement. However, this may require manual adjustment of preferences for each site visit, and some services and functionalities may be affected.
4. How to withdraw your consent?
If we rely on your consent to process personal data collected through certain cookies on the Website, you can withdraw consent by contacting us at [email protected] to exercise this right.