What do Cookies do?

Cookies are small text files that a web server places on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website (composed only of letters and numbers). The cookie can help to make our services more user-friendly when used, such as by remembering your language preferences and settings.

We aim to provide the best user experience for you. A significant part of this experience is provided by the use of cookies. This page describes what data they collect, how we use it, and why we need to store these cookies sometimes. We will also share how you can prevent the storage of these cookies, but this may downgrade or ‘break’ certain elements of the functionality of the sites.

For more general information on cookies, please refer to the HTTP Cookies article on Wikipedia or www.allaboutcookies.org.

How we use Cookies?

Below we have detailed for you the few general reasons on what cookies do to help us help you:

Account related cookies

If you create an account with us, we will use cookies to manage the registration process and the general administration. These cookies will usually be deleted when you log out, but in some instances, when logged out, they may remain afterwards to remember your site preferences.

Login related cookies

When you log in, we use cookies so that we can remember this. This prevents you from logging in every time you visit a new page. These cookies are typically deleted or cleared when you log out to ensure that you can only access restricted features and areas when logged in.

Site preferences cookies

In order to give you a great deal of experience on this site, we provide you with the functionality to set your preferences for how this site works when you use it. In order to remember your preferences, we need to set cookies so that this information can be called whenever you interact with a page that is affected by your preferences. This may help you navigate around the site, make it possible for you to ‘remember your username’ or simply make your experience on the site faster and easier.

Third-party cookies

We also use cookies provided by trusted third parties—the following section details which third party cookies you may encounter on this site. This site uses Google Analytics, which is one of the most widely used and trusted web analytics solutions, to help us understand how you use the site and how we can improve your experience. These cookies may track things like how long you spend on the site and on the pages you visit so that we can continue to produce interesting content. From time to time, we test new features and make subtle changes to the way the site is delivered. When we are still testing new features, these cookies may be used to ensure that you receive a consistent experience while on-site, while at the same time ensuring that we understand which optimisations our users value most.

How to control cookies?

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change the options on your web browser or use certain software programs that will allow you to control how and whether cookies are accepted by your browser. You can disable cookies or set your browser to alert you when cookies are sent. The Website supports your right to block any unwanted Internet activity, particularly that of unscrupulous websites, but if you choose to block our cookies, this may disable certain features of the Website. However, it is possible to block the activity of cookies from certain websites while allowing cookies from sites that you trust. You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish – see AllAboutCookies.org for more information. You can delete all cookies that are already on your computer, and you can set most browsers to prevent them from being stored. Should you choose to remove cookies, you may have to re-login every time, and certain functionalities may be removed during your visit.


reCAPTCHA is a free Google service that helps protect our websites from spam and abuse by keeping automated software out of our website. This is done by collecting personal information about users to determine whether they are human and not spambots.reCAPTCHA checks to see if a Google cookie is stored on a computer or mobile device and validates against it. From our point of view, no personal data is made available to Google. A reCAPTCHA-specific cookie is stored on the user's browser, and a complete snapshot of the user's browser is captured. Timeframes for reCaptcha(s) are defined by Google and not by the Company.