What is a Cookie?
When you first visit a website or page, it may store a little text file called a cookie on your computer or mobile device. Cookies save your settings and make it easier for you to move between pages.
Cookies assist websites in tracking user behavior and enhancing features and services. This data enables us to maintain the capacity and effectiveness of our website by tracking the traffic on it. Additionally, it enables us to gauge user behavior and characteristics to gauge interest in and usage of the various Website regions as well as to identify the most popular Website sections.
We get data from our users during registration and website use, via cookies, when they choose to disclose information in postings, and when they participate in sales promotions and competitions.
- To gather statistics
- To track advertising response
- To advertise
Types of Cookies
We use the following types of cookies on our website.
- Necessary Cookies
The website cannot operate correctly without these cookies. They make it possible for fundamental operations like page navigation and entry into secure portions of the website. The website might not work properly without some cookies.
- Performance Cookies
By gathering data on the pages visited, the amount of time spent on the website, and any error messages encountered, these cookies assist us in better understanding how users interact with our website. This data enables us to enhance the functionality of our website.
- Functional Cookies
These cookies allow a website to remember choices you make, such as your preferred language and other website customizations. This data enables us to give you a better-tailored experience.
- Advertising Cookies
Cookies for advertising purposes: These cookies are used to tailor the advertisements you see to match your interests. They also assist us in evaluating the success of our marketing initiatives.
- Third-Party Cookies
These are cookies from third-party internet tools that we use to improve our websites, such as Facebook and Twitter, which have their own cookies and other tracking technologies under their control. Such cookies are not under our control. Other than permitting them to be served, we have no involvement in these cookies at all. The companies that create them have their own privacy rules, and the Company has no access to read or write these cookies.
Turning off Cookies
You can usually disable cookies, even those that are necessary. Most browsers have settings that you can use to manage cookies, including the ability to prevent or remove cookies. However, disabling cookies may limit your use of the website and/or have an impact on how it functions.