Last Updated: June 20, 2019
Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies
What is a Cookie?
Cookies are generally small text files sent from a server and stored to a user’s computer or other device. When a user visits a website or application, the browser sends Cookies back to the website or application, allowing the website or application to recognise the user and remember things like their personalised details and preferences. More information about Cookies and details of how to manage or disable them can be found on https://www.aboutcookies.org.
Yes. We may obtain information about your general internet usage by using Cookies that are typically stored on the hard drive of your computer or other device.
What types of Cookies do we use?
Third Party Cookies
Some Cookies that have been set on our services may not be related to or controlled by us and may originate from one of our partners, affiliates, third party marketing advisors/distributors, vendors and/or service providers (such as providers of analytics tools, advertising networks, and web analysis providers) . We do not control the use of these Cookies and cannot access them due to the way Cookies work, as Cookies can only be accessed by the party which originally set them.
You should check the applicable third party’s website for more information about these Cookies.
You can change your browser or application settings so your device warns you each time a Cookie is sent, or to turn off all Cookies. Each web browser or application is different, so please look at your browser or application "help" menu to learn how to modify your Cookies preferences. However, if you disable Cookies you will not have access to certain features that may make your browsing of our website and use of our services smoother, and some of our services may not be available to you.
Most browsers allow you to choose whether you accept cookies or not. We have included links to some of the cookie preference pages of web browsers:
Do Not Track (DNT)
We may not recognize Do-Not-Track ("DNT") signals from your browser or device. There is not yet a universally accepted standard on how to interpret and respond to DNT signals, which often conflict with other settings. If a standard approach is established, we will re-examine how we can appropriately respond to DNT signals.
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