What Types of Cookies Do We Utilize?
Our website may use various types of cookies such as Strictly Necessary, Performance, Functional, Targeting and Social Media cookies that could include first-party, third-party persistent or session cookies that help guide informed decisions about whether to accept or decline them. Acknowledging their existence allows for informed choices when accepting or declining them.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are required in order to use our website, adapting the data transmission rate according to your internet connection, ensuring secure access, and providing services requested. If these cookies are blocked, certain parts of our site may cease functioning properly – they do not contain any personal information.
Performance cookies allow us to analyze website traffic and count visitors, helping us improve its performance. They do not contain any personal information. Google Analytics is our web analytics service of choice; data may be shared across Google products if desired – however you may opt-out by installing the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on; for more information please refer to Google’s Privacy & Terms page.
Functional cookies enhance website functionality by remembering choices and offering customized features. In some instances, functional cookies can store certain forms of Personal Data to better understand user preferences and enhance your online experience.
Targeting cookies allow us to display ads based on your browsing history and activities online, and may uniquely identify your internet device and browser. Opting out of interest-based ads won’t stop online advertising altogether but does stop companies from customizing ads according to your interests. Google Ads Settings makes this possible for you.
Social Media Cookies
These cookies help simplify social sharing and offer tools for connecting with our site, while simultaneously giving us insight into our audience and effectiveness on social media. Your choice depends on how you manage your social media accounts – visit Facebook’s page for interest-based ads for more information, then follow their instructions if you wish to opt-out of such advertising.
Are You Tired of Cookies?
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