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Cookies Policy

1. INTRODUCTION
This website improves the user experience by saving text file ‘cookies’ on your computer. This is the practise of at least 90% Internet websites across the world, but following the EU Directive of May 2011 we were obliged to request your consent before storing cookies. By using our website you consent to use of cookies, and although you can still browse our pages by blocking the cookies, certain features will be restricted.

2. WHAT IS A ‘COOKIE’?
A Cookie is a small file saved on your computer by the website you visited. A cookie informs a website of the ‘old’ user is back by remembering the user settings. Cookies record your preferences and settings, enter them into online forms and information for registered users.

Cookies can store a wide range of information, but this information or data can only be saved if the user agrees - websites cannot access information that the user did not provide and cannot access other files on the user’s computer. Cookies do not contain any personal data or information that can identify the user. However a user can change his/her Internet settings and thus choose whether to approve or reject cookie requests, whether the cookies are automatically deleted when the browser is closed and the like.

3. HOW CAN I DISABLE COOKIES?
By disabling cookies you can decide whether they are allowed to be stored on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. For more information on cookie settings, please select the web browser that you are currently using from the list below:

  • Internet Explorer 8 or newer
  • Firefox 3.5 or newer
  • Google Chrome 10 or newer
  • Safari 2 or newer
  • Opera 10.5 or newer

You can still browse web pages while blocking cookies, but certain functionalities will not be available to you.

4. WHAT ARE PERMANENT COOKIES
Permanent or saved cookies are stored on your hard disk (in your computer) and remain there even after the web browser has been closed. They are used to store information, such as your login name and password, so that you don’t have to sign for each visit to a particular location.

5. WHAT ARE TEMPORARY COOKIES?
Temporary cookies are temporarily stored on the disc and then deleted once your web browser closes. The website stores temporary information, such as items in a shopping cart.

6. WHAT ARE FIRST PARTY COOKIES?
First party cookies originate from websites that users view and may be permanent or temporary. Websites use these cookies to save information that will be reused when the user visits the website again.

7. WHAT ARE THIRD PARTY COOKIES?
Third party cookies originate from other partner sites that you view. Third parties can collect information about users from different sites and are used for marketing and analytical purposes.

8. DOES THIS WEBSITE USE COOKIES?
Yes, primarily so that our websites can provide a better user experience.

9. WHAT KIND OF COOKIES ARE USED ON THIS WEBSITE AND WHY?
Temporary cookies ‒ those that expire (and are automatically deleted) when your browser is closed are used to enhance our user experience of visits.

Permanent cookies ‒ usually have an expiration date far into the future and will remain on your browser until they expire or are manually deleted ‒ allow us to better understand our users’ habits so that we can improve the website according to your habits. This information is anonymous.

Details of the cookies that we use:

Joomla Cookies
Used to check the number of active users accessing the website,

Google Analytics Cookies
Update the number of visits, active visitors and statistics on how visitors are using the website,

Cookies stored on your computer are used when you visit our website.

If you wish to delete cookies that are already stored on your computer, please refer to the instructions provided by your internet browser by clicking ‘Help’ in the browser’s menu.

Cookies make it easier for us to provide you with our services. With the usage of our services you permit us to use cookies.
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