A cookie is a small file which asks permission to be placed on your computer's hard drive. Cookies helps analyse web traffic or lets you know when you visit a particular site. Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual. The web application can tailor its operations to your needs, likes and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about your preferences. A cookie does not give access to the computer or reveal information other than the data you choose to share with us.
Purpose of using cookies
• Internal record keeping
• Improvement of products and services
Listed below are the main cookies that might be used by us when you enter the website.
• Session ID cookie: Enables us to keep track of costumers movement switching between pages in order for the costumer not to be asked repeatedly for information already provided. This type of cookie allows the costumer to proceed through numerous pages of the website quickly and easily without having to authenticate or reprocess each new visited area.
• Load Balancer cookie: This type of cookie is essential in order to ensure that the website loads efficiently by distributing visits across multiple web servers. When distributed the cookie does not contain personal information of the costumer and the duration of use is limited to the costumer’s visit on the website, hence the cookie is deleted when the web browser is closed.
• Affiliate tracking cookie: Reports to us that the costumer has reached the website via an affiliate link in order for us to tailor the application experience. Furthermore, this is supplementary achieved by use of a unique URL identifier in the description URL when the costumer initially visits the website.
Cookies may also be set by third parties. However, none of these third parties are able to collect personal data from which they would be able to identify a costumer on an individual basis.
• Web Analytics: These cookies track how visitors use the website in order to improve our services. For example, we use Google Analytics – a popular web analytics service – provided by Google. The customer can find more information regarding how these cookies are used on Google Privacy’s site.
• Advertisement tracking: These cookies are used to collect non-personal information regarding the customer’s interaction with advertising on other websites prior to them arriving at our website and which advertisements are preferred by the customers. This information helps us to deliver advertisements relevant to the customer’s interests and preferences, control the number of times the customer sees a given advertisement and measure the effectiveness of advertisement campaigns.
• Website testing: These cookies allow us to show different versions of the same page or feature on the website and thereafter track to see which version performs best. We use a cookie to manage which version to display when the customer visits the website. The specific variation that the customer will see is randomly chosen and no personal information is stored or tracked through this cookie.
Alternatively, you may visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ (available in English, Spanish, German and French). This website contains comprehensive information on how to make special settings on a wide variety of browsers. You may locate details on how to delete cookies from the computer (including those from this visit), as well as more general information regarding cookies.
Please be aware of that modifications or declining of consent may prevent the customer from taking full advantage of the website.
Storage of cookies
The specific time of storage varies from cookie to cookie. However, the period is restarts whenever the website is visited.