Last Updated: January 13, 2024

Welcome to the Cookie Policy ("Policy") for the website ("Site" or "we"). By accessing and using the Site, you acknowledge and agree to the use of cookies, as outlined in this Policy.

We explicitly retain the right to modify this Policy periodically. We encourage you to revisit this page regularly for the most recent information about our privacy practices. Your ongoing use of the Site indicates your acceptance of any changes made to this Policy. If you do not agree with the terms of this Policy, your only recourse is to cease using the Site or to decline the acceptance of cookies through your browser settings.

This Cookie Policy is an essential component of our Privacy Policy, and the terms and definitions elucidated in the Privacy Policy hold the same significance in this document. The Policy aims to elucidate:

    • The nature of cookies
    • The types of cookies employed during your use of the Site
    • The utilization of cookies by third parties on the Site
    • Your choices regarding cookies
    • Interest-Based Advertising

    1. What Are Cookies?

    A cookie constitutes a small text file residing in your web browser, facilitating the recognition of you as a visitor (without individual identification) by the Site or a third party. Cookies serve various purposes, including (1) enabling specific functions, (2) providing analytics, (3) storing preferences, and (4) facilitating ad delivery and behavioral advertising.

    Cookies are categorized as either session cookies, which expire upon browser closure, or persistent cookies, which persist until their expiration date or until manually deleted. Expiration dates are inherent in the cookies, varying from minutes to extended periods. Cookies originating from the visited website are termed "first-party cookies," while those from external entities are termed "third-party cookies."

    Often, cookies are employed in conjunction with pixel tags on the Sites. Pixel tags, transparent graphic images or web beacons, are strategically placed on websites. These pixels, when combined with cookies, gauge visitor actions on the websites. For instance, we or our affiliates may utilize pixel tags to track Site interactions, comprehend referrals from our Site, or for Retargeting, as outlined in the Privacy Policy, and other forms of interest-based advertising, expounded upon in section 5 below.

    2. Purpose of Cookies on the Site:

    When you engage with the Site, either through access or interaction with the services, we or third parties may deploy various cookies in your browser. Specific cookies come into play only when utilizing particular features or specifying preferences, while others serve longer-term objectives, as detailed in our Privacy Policy.

    Each cookie fulfills one of the following roles:

    • Essential Cookies: First-party cookies that enable users to utilize Site features, such as remaining logged in or making purchases.
    • Analytics Cookies: Cookies tracking information about Site usage, facilitating improvement and performance reporting. These cookies may be first-party or third-party, and we may employ them to assess user reactions to new ads, pages, or features.
    • Preference Cookies: First-party cookies preserving your Site preferences.
    • Ad Targeting Cookies: Third-party cookies, also termed "behavioral" or "targeted" advertising cookies, placed by advertising platforms or networks. These cookies aim to (i) deliver and monitor ad performance and (ii) empower advertising networks to present ads tailored to your activities.

    3. Third-Party Use of Cookies on the Site/s:

    Third-party entities, such as analytics providers, vendors, or advertising networks, typically employ cookies to gather user information anonymously. This information aids them in comprehending users' interactions with the Site and other websites visited immediately afterward.

    4. Your Cookie Options:

    If you are uncomfortable with the concept of cookies or specific types of cookies, you have the option to modify your browser settings. This includes deleting already set cookies and declining new ones. For detailed guidance on how to adjust these settings, refer to your browser's help pages. It's important to note that deleting or refusing cookies may impact your ability to utilize all features, store preferences, and may affect the proper display of some pages on our site.

    Additionally, you can opt out of third-party cookies by adhering to the instructions outlined in each third party's respective privacy policy.

    5. Managing Cookies:

    As articulated in our Cookie Policy, cookies enhance your experience on our Site/s and services. Disabling cookies may result in certain sections of our Site not functioning correctly.

    Disabling Behaviorally Targeted Advertising Cookies:

    If you have reservations about behaviorally targeted advertising cookies, which tailor advertisements to your Website and other online activities, users in the European Union can explore For users in the United States, more information is available at These resources offer insights into managing and disabling behaviorally targeted advertising cookies.

    Enabling and Disabling Cookies in Google Chrome:

    1. Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
    2. Select "Settings."
    3. Click on 'Show advanced settings.'
    4. In the "Privacy" section, click the ‘Content settings’ button.

    To Enable Cookies:

    • In the "Cookies" section, choose ‘Allow local data to be set’ to enable both first-party and third-party cookies.
    • Alternatively, to permit only first-party cookies, select ‘Block all third-party cookies without exception.’

    To Disable Cookies:

    • In the "Cookies" section, choose ‘Block sites from setting any data.’

    Note: Google Chrome provides various levels of cookie enablement and disablement. For more details on additional cookie settings, refer to Google's support page: Google Chrome Cookie Settings

    Enabling and Disabling Cookies in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0:

    1. Click on ‘Tools’ at the top of your browser window and select ‘Internet Options.’
    2. In the options window, navigate to the ‘Privacy’ tab.

    To Enable Cookies:

    • Set the slider to ‘Medium’ or below.

    To Disable Cookies:

    • Move the slider to the top to block all cookies.

    Note: Microsoft Internet Explorer offers various levels of cookie enablement and disablement. For additional details on other cookie settings in Internet Explorer, consult Microsoft's support page: Microsoft Internet Explorer Cookie Settings

    Enabling and Disabling Cookies in Microsoft Edge:

    1. Click on the More actions button on the toolbar and select 'Settings.'
    2. Search for 'View advanced settings' and click on it.
    3. Under the Cookies section, choose either:
      • 'Don't block cookies' (default)
      • 'Block only third-party cookies'
    4. Restart Microsoft Edge for the changes to take effect.

      Enabling and Disabling Cookies in Mozilla Firefox:

      1. Click on ‘Tools’ in the browser menu and select ‘Options.’
      2. Choose the Privacy panel.

      To Enable Cookies:

      • Check ‘Accept cookies for sites.’

      To Disable Cookies:

      • Uncheck ‘Accept cookies for sites.’

      Note: Mozilla Firefox provides various levels of cookie enablement and disablement. For more details on additional cookie settings, consult Mozilla's support page: Mozilla Firefox Cookie Settings

      Enabling and Disabling Cookies in Opera:

      1. Click on ‘Settings’ in the browser menu and select ‘Settings.’
      2. Choose ‘Quick Preferences.’

      To Enable Cookies:

      • Check "Enable Cookies."

      To Disable Cookies:

      • Uncheck "Enable Cookies."

      Note: Opera provides various levels of cookie enablement and disablement. For more details on additional cookie settings, refer to Opera Software's support page: Opera Cookie Settings

      Enabling and Disabling Cookies in Safari on OSX:

      1. Click on ‘Safari’ at the menu bar and select the ‘Preferences’ option.
      2. Click on ‘Security.’

      To Enable Cookies:

      • In the ‘Accept cookies’ section, select ‘Only from sites you navigate to.’

      To Disable Cookies:

      • In the ‘Accept cookies’ section, select ‘Never.’

      Note: Safari on OSX provides various levels of cookie enablement and disablement. For additional information on other cookie settings, refer to Apple's support page: Safari Cookie Settings

      All other browsers

      • For all other browsers, please locate the "help" function within the browser or reach out to the browser provider for specific instructions on managing and configuring cookie settings.

      6. Managing Your Cookies:

      By default, most internet browsers are configured to automatically accept cookies. However, as detailed earlier, you have the option to modify these settings to either block cookies or receive alerts when they are sent to your device.

      It's important to note that disabling the cookies we utilize may affect your Site experience. This impact could manifest as restrictions in accessing certain areas or a lack of personalized content and information during your visit.

      For detailed insights into the cookies employed by the Site, you can click here.

      7. Interest-Based Advertising:

      We and third parties engage in interest-based advertising through vendors to deliver advertisements and personalized content that we, along with other advertisers, believe align with your interests. When third parties use cookies or other technologies for these services, the Site lacks control over the technology's utilization or the resulting information for online, mobile, or email advertising. Consequently, the Site is not accountable for the actions or policies of these third parties.

      For inquiries regarding our Cookie Policy, feel free to contact us.

      Third-Party Cookies: Google

      We leverage various products and features provided by Google LLC (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA; "Google").

      • Google Analytics:
        • Our services utilize the analytical tools provided by Google Analytics. Google Analytics employs "cookies," text files placed on your computer, to analyze your use of the website. The information generated by the cookie, including your IP address, will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.

          It's important to note that on this website, Google Analytics incorporates the code "gat._anonymize();" to ensure the anonymized collection of IP addresses, a process known as IP-masking. When IP anonymization is activated, Google truncates or anonymizes the last octet of the IP address for Member States of the European Union and other parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. In exceptional cases, the full IP address is sent to and shortened by Google servers in the USA.

          Google, on behalf of the website provider, utilizes this information to evaluate your website usage, compile reports on website activity for operators, and provide other services related to website activity and internet usage. Importantly, Google does not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.

          If you wish to refuse the use of cookies, you can adjust your browser settings. However, note that this may limit the full functionality of the website. Additionally, you can prevent Google's data collection and usage by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available at

          To opt out of Google Analytics for this website specifically, you can click on the following link: Disable Google Analytics.

          For more information on the terms and conditions of use and data privacy, visit or Please be aware that the Google Analytics code on this website is supplemented by "anonymizeIp" to ensure the anonymized collection of IP addresses (IP-masking).

      • Google Dynamic Remarketing:
        • We employ Google Dynamic Remarketing to promote our site on the Google Display Network and across the Internet. This dynamic remarketing tool showcases ads based on your interactions with specific sections of our websites, achieved by placing a cookie on your web browser. Importantly, this cookie does not identify you or grant access to your computer or mobile device. Its purpose is to inform other websites that "This user visited a particular page, so show them ads related to that page." Google Dynamic Remarketing enables us to refine our marketing efforts, ensuring that the ads displayed are pertinent to your interests.

          Should you prefer not to view ads from our site, you have the option to opt out of Google's cookie usage by visiting Google's Ads Settings. Additional information can be found in Google's "Privacy Policy."

      • Google AdWords:
        • Google AdWords is employed to promote our site, specifically on the Google search and across the Internet.

          If you prefer not to view ads from our site, you have the option to opt out of Google's cookie usage by visiting Google's Ads Settings. For more details, refer to Google's "Privacy Policy."

      • DoubleClick by Google:

        • DoubleClick utilizes cookies to facilitate interest-based advertisements. These cookies identify the displayed ad in the browser and track whether a website has been accessed through an ad. It's crucial to note that these cookies do not gather personal information. If you prefer not to encounter interest-based ads, you can opt out of Google's cookie usage by visiting Google's Ads Settings. Further details are available in Google's "Privacy Policy."