Cookie Policy

Last Updated: March 25, 2024


Cookies are tiny files that websites store on your devices, like your computer or phone. They contain a unique identifier that helps the website recognize you when you return. In short, cookies are like little pieces of information that websites use to remember you.

Along with similar technologies, cookies help websites function smoothly and allow them to gather information about how you use those sites. We use this information to personalize your browsing experience.

For simplicity, we’ll call all these technologies “cookies” throughout this explanation.


Some website pages use tiny images called web beacons. This tracks how many people visit a webpage. They only collect limited information, such as a cookie number, the date and time you visited, and the specific page you were on. Third-party advertisers may also use web beacons, but these beacons don’t gather any information that can directly identify you.


In short, we use cookies to:

  • Improve your experience: Cookies can personalize the content and ads you see on our website, making your visit more relevant.

  • Gain insight into your usage of our website: By monitoring your navigation patterns, we can pinpoint areas for enhancement, ensuring a more seamless overall experience.

  • Social media features: Cookies allow social media features to function properly, so you can easily share interesting things.

We also partner with other companies (third-party trackers and advertisers) that use cookies to track your activity on our site. This information helps them:

  • See how effective their ads are: They can track how many people see their ads and whether those ads lead to people taking any action, like making a purchase.

  • Recommend things you might like: Based on your browsing habits, they can suggest products or services you might be interested in.

  • Improve their own services: By understanding how people use different websites, these companies can improve their own products and services.

It’s crucial to highlight that while these third parties monitor your activities, the data they gather cannot directly link back to your identity.



Essential Cookies

These cookies are critical for the basic functionality of our website. They allow you to navigate and access features like secure areas and account logins. Without them, the website wouldn’t function properly.

Performance Cookies

These cookies collect anonymous data about your browsing activity on our website. This helps us understand things like which pages are most popular and how people move around the site. We use this information to improve the overall website experience. In some cases, these cookies may be linked to third-party service providers who analyze website data on our behalf.

Personalization Cookies

These cookies remember your preferences on our website. This allows us to personalize your experience by remembering things like your username, font size, and language preferences.

Advertising Cookies

These cookies track your browsing activity across our website and potentially other websites. This information is used to deliver targeted advertising that may be relevant to your interests. These cookies are often placed by third-party advertising companies. We may also authorize these third-party entities to gather data concerning your online interactions across various websites over time.

It’s important to note that third-party cookies have their own privacy policies, and you can find more information about those practices on their websites.

Below are supplementary materials that could prove beneficial to you:

If you’d like to learn more about the cookies we use on our website, feel free to contact us at

To know more about cookies in general, check out these resources for additional information about cookies, online advertising, and your privacy:


Do you want to opt out of Google Analytics cookies?

You can install a browser plug-in from Google to specifically prevent tracking by Google Analytics cookies:

Do you want to block cookies altogether?

Most web browsers allow you to block, delete, or disable cookies. You can find instructions on how to do this in your browser’s help or support section.  However, keep in mind that completely blocking cookies may prevent you from accessing certain features or areas of our website.

Need help finding instructions for your specific browser?

Here are links to cookie management guides for popular browsers:

Looking for even more information?

You can find more details about cookie management and storage at